Empowering Tomorrow’s Innovators: NatMatSci’s STEM Communication Program awarded
We are absolutely thrilled to announce NatMatSci’s pioneering STEM Communication Programme has been awarded:
⭐ The Independent School of the Year 2023 Award for Outstanding New Initiative for our STEM Communication Programme! ⭐
Principal Dr Andy Kemp was honoured to accept this prestigious award in London this week.
We’re immensely proud of this achievement and grateful to our amazing STEM community of students and staff who have made this possible. At NatMatSci, we believe that communication is a key component of success in the STEM fields and we are very excited that our STEM Communication Programme is now an award-winning programme.
The STEM Communication Programme is designed to help our students not only become great scientists and mathematicians in their own right but also to effectively communicate their knowledge to others in a range of ways.
Through interactive and engaging sessions, our students are inspired to think creatively and develop their communication skills in STEM fields. Our curriculum is designed to provide extensive lab time and research opportunities, including our Academic Poster Conference, where students can showcase their research findings in front of their peers, staff and guests from the wider STEM community. The NatMatSci STEM Communication Programme is designed to help our students become leaders in their respective fields and to make a positive impact on the world.
Diana’s research focussed on developing a cost effective water purification solution for those in her home country who do not have access to clean drinking water.
STEM Communication Programme Workshops 2022-2023
Our innovative programme includes exciting and engaging workshops and events led by renowned science educators.
”The Science of Poisoning”’ by chemist and author Dr. Kathryn Harkup
”Workshop based on ”Origins” by astrobiologist and author Prof. Lewis Dartnel
”Engineering Space Technology” by Dr Bill Crafts, Warwick University Satellite Programme
”How A level Mathematics Develops at Degree Level” by Professor Richard Lissaman, Warwick University
”Geometry in Real Life, week-long project” by Alison Kiddle, Cambridge University
”Games Design, 2 day workshop” by industry leader, Rich Hancock
To learn more about our innovative programme, download our information booklet here, or if you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com .