See Science is committed to supporting STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) delivery across the whole of Wales to all schools, FE colleges HE Institutions and community groups.
We offer a range of products and services that support the teaching and learning of STEM subjects in Wales within a real world context.
Workshops and Projects
See Science offer a variety of bilingual STEM workshops and CPD for schools and businesses which can be tailored to suit your individual needs – read more here.
STEM Ambassador Hub Wales
See Science coordinate the STEM Ambassador Hub in Wales to help inspire young people about STEM.
We keep schools in Wales informed about high-quality activities that they can access to enrich and enhance the STEM curriculum and enable them to use a range of STEM Ambassadors, so that teachers can incorporate into their teaching exemplary links to the world of work.
Participating in the STEM Ambassador programme is easier than ever via the STEM Ambassador website, designed to put you in control of your STEM Ambassador experience.
How do I use the website to engage with STEM Ambassadors?
You can register and request a STEM Ambassador through the website whenever you want and wherever you are.
STEM Ambassadors are volunteers from a wide range of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related jobs and disciplines across the UK. They offer their time and enthusiasm to help bring STEM subjects to life and demonstrate the value of them in life and careers.
Registering and requesting a STEM Ambassador via the website is quick and easy. You can access the website on your smartphone, tablet or PC whenever it's convenient.
CREST is Britain’s largest national award scheme for project work in the STEM subjects - Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. CREST brings science to life by offering young people aged 11-19 opportunities to explore real world projects in an exciting and innovative way.
See Science is the Regional CREST Support Organisation (RCSO) Wales. We provide expert guidance throughout the CREST Awards scheme.
Read more about See Science and CREST here.
Resources, activities and providers
"The project has definitely strengthened transition links, made us consider teaching skills in different ways and equipped pupils with a stronger drive to pursue a career in science in the future. Many thanks all!! Please feel free to pilot any schemes on our family of schools in the future."
Read more feedback and testimonials about See Science's services and projects here.
Keep checking our website!
In response to the Covid-19 situation we at See Science are currently putting together a list of online STEM resources that teachers and pupils can hopefully make use of during a school shut down period.
Stay safe everyone!
Read the fabulous article on the Royal Society of Chemistry website:
More resources will be provided on the website soon
!!CAN DO AT HOME!! British Science Week Poster Competition
This year’s theme is Our diverse planet!
Our activity packs contain lots of activities on this theme, with anything from biological diversity and social diversity, to the diversity of knowledge and STEM careers. We are sure these activities will inspire lots of amazing and creative posters, and we look forward to seeing your entries!
The British Science Association would like to thank Guinness World Records for sponsoring the poster competition again this year. Why not see if your students can make a poster about a world record that celebrates ‘Our diverse planet’?
Posters can be made by hand or using a computer and entered digitally. We aren’t able to accept digitally animated posters.
Age categories from Nursery to Year 9.
Closing date, April 3.
!!CAN DO AT HOME!! School Robot Competition: 5 to 7 year olds - Draw a Robot
Do you have the imagination to draw a winning robot design?
Draw a robot you’d like to see in the future for a chance to win some fantastic prizes.
Your robot could do any task or job you can think of – the only limit is your imagination!
When you are drawing your robot idea, think about what it can do, who might use it, how it will behave, and what special parts it will need. Make sure you label your drawing with these important features. You’ll need to wow the judges with your creative idea.
Draw a robot is open to children aged between 5 and 7 years old.
!!CAN DO AT HOME!! School Robot Competition: 7 to 11 year olds - Once upon a robot
Do you have the creativity to write a great robot story?
We’re looking for exciting short stories featuring robots for a chance to win some fantastic prizes.
This is your chance you show off your creativity and take the readers on an adventure into the world of robotics and intelligent machines.
You’ll need to use your imagination to create believable characters and a compelling plot.
Your short story can feature any kind of robot you can dream up, and could take place on Earth, in space or even on another planet!
Think about whether your story is set in the present day, the future, or perhaps the past. What challenges will your characters face? How will the adventure end?
Once Upon a Robot is open to children aged between 7 and 11 years old.
>> Read the full versions here.