A local Big Bang

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Teachers can register for free to take their students to a Big Bang Near Me Fair. The regional STEM events aim to give young people a flavour of the range of jobs and careers that science, maths and design technology studies can lead to.

Teachers can register for free to take their students to a Big Bang Near Me Fair. The regional STEM events aim to give young people a flavour of the range of jobs and careers that science, maths and design technology studies can lead to. 

The events, such as the one pictured above in the Yorkshire and Humber region, are a spin off from the national Big Bang Fair which takes place in Birmingham every year. The Big Bang campaign is a UK-wide programme led by EngineeringUK and the Fairs offer a range of activities linked to the classroom and curriculum.

The events also aim to give students networking opportunities with local companies and a range of awards and competitions for schools to enter to showcase their students’ work. Visit: http://nearme.thebigbangfair.co.uk/


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