Try our new Cybersecurity Challenge and help catch the cyber criminal! Designed to support computing for students aged 12+ these resources are an interactive way of learning about keeping yourself and others safe online.
Siemens, in partnership with The Wildlife Trusts, is aiming to help students learn more about their environment and the affects that human actions can have.
By sharing the knowledge and expertise of our partner charity, The Wildlife Trusts, and using Siemens’ technological know-how on topics such as carbon reduction and sustainable cities, this resource will help students understand that these topics do not sit in isolation from each other and demonstrate how solutions that benefit both humanity and nature are possible.
Can you program a self-driving car? The future of mobility is digital…with self-driving vehicles, where passengers can be transported from one place to another, without a driver.
Learn about self-driving cars and artificial intelligence with the Siemens Self-Driving Challenge here, with classroom resources to support pupils to learn about coding, robotics and autonomous technology.
Earn a 3D CAD digital badge by learning how to create a design in 3D using Siemens Solid Edge software. We provide you with a 3D model of a phone and you design a stand for it. The stand could be 3D printed, folded from cardboard, metal or plastic, machined from a solid piece or injection moulded – it is your design, you decide!
Siemens are the first engineering company in the UK to launch their own unique STEM-skills programme with digital badges, based on the Siemens award-winning STEM education portal resources. Learn more.
There are currently 9 digital badges to be earned – and anyone can earn them! You can now earn a badge by having a fun day out at a theme park or a science festival and recording it in your Curiosity Passport.
As a teacher, get started now by registering here.
Siemens Education and leading qualification body OCR have formed a partnership to bring you education resources for 14-16 year olds. Discover how this curriculum will enable teachers across the UK to deliver STEM subjects that will inspire the next generation of engineers:
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