STEM

What is STEM?

Perhaps you have seen the term before, or maybe STEM is brand new to you. STEM is not new, but it is gaining a lot of attention in recent years. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. STEM education is far more than just sticking those subject titles together; it is a philosophy of education. Rarely does a job require only one skill set; jobs in the real world are interdisciplinary. Picture an architect; they use science, mathematics, engineering and technology to design complex buildings.

At Nunnery Wood High School, we want our students to develop diverse skills sets and have a passion for exploration and growth. STEM embraces these skills as well as the 4 C’s: Creativity, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, and Communication. In 2020, the school was shortlisted for the STEM Team of the Year in the TES School Awards.

If you have any question regarding STEM please don’t hesitate to contact Miss Lott g.lott@nunnerywood.worcs.sch.uk.

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