© Copyright Education Business Partnership - South West, 2013
Implementing STEM Careers Strategy in Secondary Schools
Good Timing is the final report of a three-year programme of work, commissioned by the Department for Education, and carried out by the Centre for Education and Industry at the University of Warick (CEI), the International Centre for Guidance Studies at the University of Derby (iCeGS) and Isinglass Consultancy Ltd. The programme sought to explore the potential to embed STEM careers awareness in the early stages of secondary education.
The programme comprised:
- A pilot in all English regions, exploring how schools could embed awareness of STEM careers into the curriculum at Key Stage 3
- Research into the attitudes and ambitions of Key Stage 3 pupils in pilot schools, in relation to STEM careers
- Consultation with pilot schools and key stakeholders