STEM

Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths

Form the Future brings 2,000 students to the first ever Cambridgeshire County Day

On 23 June 2022, the first ever Cambridgeshire County Day celebrated the very best of Cambridgeshire and inspired thousands of students. Form the Future organised the attendance of almost 2,000 students to the event with thousands more attending in total. The day provided a wonderful opportunity for the county’s diverse and vibrant community to come together …

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Career Insights – Hannah Spellmoore, GxP Network Specialist and Revalidation Manager, AstraZeneca

It’s time for some more Careers Insights with Cambridge Ahead! This week we hear from Hannah Spellmoore, GxP Network Specialist and Revalidation Manager at AstraZeneca. Hannah always had a passion for science, and at school focused on STEM subjects like science and maths. She also wanted to help people, and this led her into a …

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Cambridge Ahead and Form the Future launch Career Insights series

Form the Future is excited to partner with Cambridge Ahead on a new series of career videos. Over the next few months, we’ll be sharing a video from young professionals working across the Cambridge region each week, exploring their career journey and the opportunities available in our area. This week, we’ll hear from Ben Ellis, Engines and Airframes …

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Students gaze into future careers with Institute of Astronomy

Cambridge students joined the Institute of Astronomy and the Kavli Institute of Cosmology to explore our solar system at the Madingley Observatory Year 7 students from Coleridge Community College, Soham Village College, Parkside Community College and Comberton Village College took part in the Cambridge LaunchPad project day, designed to open their eyes to the wealth …

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Amey Cespa shows students the importance of recycling

Students from Cherry Hinton Primary School and Stapleford Community Primary School joined Amey Cespa for two project days at their Education Centre in Waterbeach, where they learned about what happens to their recycling and rubbish after they put it in the bin. For many students, throwing away waste and recycling is something they do every …

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Students get STEM inspired with Cambridge Regional College

Cambridge Regional College welcomed year 5 students from Linton Heights Junior School for a day of discovering future career paths. On 31st January, as part of a Cambridge LaunchPad project day, the students took part in hands-on activities designed to inspire them and help them to consider what their future careers may look like. The …

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Cambridge LaunchPad celebrates after another successful year

The 2018–19 academic year saw the continuation of an exciting and successful Cambridge LaunchPad programme. Since taking over management of the programme in spring 2017, Form the Future have been busy partnering school students from across Cambridgeshire with leading employers to inspire, educate and enthuse young people about STEM. Over the year, 21 STEM industry …

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Museum of Technology encourage students to steam ahead with STEM subjects

On the 20th May, the Museum of Technology opened their doors to welcome 65 Year 6 students from Abbey Meadows Primary School, to learn more about how STEM is used to improve our everyday lives. By introducing students to the real-world application of topics they learn at school, Cambridge Launchpad aims to inspire, educate and enthuse …

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