Siemens to help girls get curious about STEM

To mark International Women’s Day (IWD) 2016, Siemens will launch a new education project to challenge gender stereotypes. The SeeWomen (Girls in STEM) project will inspire and motivate young girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). . . . → Read More: Siemens to help girls get curious about STEM

Success for Cheadle Hulme Student in North West Schools Science Competition 2014

Alice Brown, Cheadle Hulme School, Year 7 Winner, Louis Swift, Sandymoor School in Runcorn, Year 8 Winner and two of the competition judges, North West Schools Science Competition 2014.

Cheadle Hulme School’s Alice Brown has been crowned the winner in the North West Schools Science Competition 2014, winning an iPad Mini and £250 for her School to spend on science equipment. . . . → Read More: Success for Cheadle Hulme Student in North West Schools Science Competition 2014

Science: Is it a Girl Thing?

Dr Francisca Wheeler with girls from WGS, Winners at British Physics Olympiad 2013

Can girls do science? This was a question which Teneeka Mai, Tanya Drobnis and Siyang Weianswered with a resounding ‘yes’ as they claimed victory at the British Physics Olympiad in April, winning Gold Awardsin their age category. . . . → Read More: Science: Is it a Girl Thing?