Six Week STEM Club Challenge – Farmvention

Welcome to the Autumn term Six Week STEM Club Challenge – Farmvention!

What is Farmvention?

Farmvention (when farming meets invention) is a national STEM competition run by NFU Education and supported by curriculum linked resources created in partnership with the Association for Science Education (ASE). It is aimed at primary school children.

There are a host of amazing prizes for the winning schools. Winners will present their ideas at a prestigious event at the Houses of Parliament, as well as winning fully-funded farm visits and much more! All entrants will become certified ‘farmventors’ and receive a reward pack including a certificate and mini prize.

Entries close on 23 December 2019.

Challenge Pack Materials

Six Week STEM Club Challenge – Teacher’s Guide – use this guide to find out how to set up and run your STEM club, how STEM Ambassadors can help, and find out about some fascinating connections between agriculture and Bristol.

Farmvention – example planning sheet – editable document with suggestions for weekly activities and ideas for the role a STEM Ambassador might have in the session.

Farmvention – STEM club introduction session (sample) – if you’re not sure how to run your introductory session, have a look at these ideas.

Farmvention – Farm Machinery 2040 – Main site – all the official resources for the Farmvention Farm Machinery 2040 competition can be found here, including the place to upload your competition entries.

Other Six Week STEM Club materials – blank diary sheet, blank planning sheet and blank certificate of participation.

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