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MI5, MI6 & GCHQ X Stemillions

Are you a Primary School Teacher looking for STEM inspiration? Look no further!

Apply for our STEMillions box to learn more about 10 role models from MI5, MI6 & GCHQ and their STEMazing careers. These 10 role models will be from a range of careers across the UK Intelligence Agencies including maths, cyber, software engineering, languages and many more!

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What's Involved?

After learning about 10 different role models from MI5, MI6 & GCHQ, you and your students will be able to choose between 2 hands-on activities that relate to their careers so students can investigate each job role further.

Five children can be seen standing in a semi-circle and talking to eachother. The 2 leftmost children cannot be seen clearly or fully, but the third child wears a pink dress with a stemettes sticker on, the next wears a denim jacket with a blue and white stripey shirt underneath and a grey and blue jumper.

What's the aim?

This box is designed to increase awareness of STEM careers and confidence in students' own STEM abilities.

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Who is it for?

This box is recommended for 10 students in Key Stage 2.

A child can be seen listening to two people facing away from the camera. They have dungarees on with a white and pink t-shirt and glasses. Their dark hair is tied up in a ponytail. There are other children seen in the background.

How much does it cost?

The boxes are fully funded by MI5, MI6 & GCHQ, which makes it free for you.

Programme Timeline
Applications close14th October 2022
Onboarding forms sent to successful schoolsMid October 2022
Stemillions boxes sentEarly December 2022
STEM clubs startJanuary 2023
Programme finishesApril 2023
Applications Now Closed

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