Inspiring Minds – Saturday STEM Sessions

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Inspiring Minds – Saturday STEM Sessions

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Delivery Partner

Canterbury Christ Church University

On Campus


Cohort One –  02/10/2021
Cohort Two – 30/04/2022


9am - 1pm

Year Groups


Delivery style

Face to Face - on campus

Group size

25 students per school


6 weeks - 5 hours every Saturday

Part of a series


About the activity

Students attend 6 sessions on Saturday mornings and will be collected and returned to school by a free coach. The 6 sessions take place at Canterbury Christ Church University’s Main Campus on Saturdays from 9:30 until 13:00. There are two cohorts available for this activity.

Refreshments are provided and students have a fantastic time exploring new ideas and working on their CREST projects. We reward the students’ attendance with £20 of high street vouchers for every session they attend.

Weekly Session Overview:
1. Who am I Online?
2. Does Alexa just Listen?
3. What’s the Universe really made of?
4. Is seeing the same as believing?
5. Showcase preparation
6. The Showcase

This is a highly targeted project aimed at supporting young people from specific postcodes across Kent and Medway. As this project is funded as part of Uni Connect all students must meet the eligibility criteria.

Subject areas


Activity themes

Broadening Horizons and Aspirations
Understand and Develop Academic Knowledge and Soft Skills

Gatsby benchmarks

7. Encounters with further and higher education

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