• Your Club Supplies

    If you are a new presenter in your first package you will receive everything you need for your clubs, a new presenter’s kit, practice projects, ID badge, and a t-shirt. We try to package each school’s club separately so if you have multiple packages they will be for different clubs. If we are short of supplies for any kits we will email you with the information and an estimate of when we will get them out to you.

  • Kit Instructions

    All our instructions for the kits can be found on this page. They are sorted by club e.g. M1, M2 etc. You will find a list of what is in each club, and the order to complete the projects. You will notice a couple of the projects do stretch over two weeks, but most are only one week projects. Be aware this list can change each half term as we get feedback on what works best. You will find build instructions, a video tutorial and theory information.

  • Spares

    Project kits come with spares. Each club has a maximum of 20 students so the kits are sent out with a minimum of 22 in them, some kits have up to 25, this is down to which kits might need more spares. Each kit is labelled on the front; which kit it is, how many are in the bag, and what parts are in the bag.

Return Unused Kits

We can collect any kit you have left over and spare at the end of the half term.

Request More Supplies

If you are running low on presenter pack supplies please let us know and we will pop some in the post for you.

Children are always very excited for our Clubs, they will naturally be noisy!

There is however a difference between noisy and naughty. Here is a few tips and tricks to help you keep the children well behaved.

  • Be Consistant

    A classroom without consistent practices can often be chaotic. Creating an environment that welcomes uniform responses to behaviour choices will support each child’s understanding of expectations. Unchanging rules ensure that children understand classroom norms and know what to expect when those norms are not met.

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    Seated and Silent

    Do not start a session until all the children are seated and silent. Explain to the children that you only have a 1 hour session, if they do not finish the project in this time they will not be able to take it home. You will therefore have to finish it next week and you will be unable to start next week’s project. Explain the longer it takes for them to be silent, the longer it will take to start the session.

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    Clap 3 Times

    On the first session give them an indicator to be quiet, e.g “when I clap my hands 3 times you all need to quiet” or ask the children what method their teachers use. Practice this a few times during the session. Congratulate those that are quite first. If children are still talking the phrase “Who am I still waiting for” whilst looking at those talking often works wonders.

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    Reporting Back

    Tell the children that the headteacher has asked you to report back after every session on the behaviour of the class. Explain that you do not want to report anything negative and you instead want to report good behaviour. Reinforce this throughout the session, reminding them if any child starts to misbehave.

  • Names

    Try to remember the names of children that require reminders of expectations or often work well. You can ask the children to wear name badges if it helps.

  • Helpers

    Encourage children to help each other, especially children who have finished the work before others.

  • Congratulate

    Congratulate and make examples of children that work well, behave well, listen or help others. You can stop the class to show examples, report to the school or give stickers.

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    Stay Seated

    Try to keep the children seated if possible, if a child has finished constructing the project before others ask them to decorate/personalise the product. Most classrooms have colouring/drawing equipment handy. If not please ask us to supply you with some colouring pens. Alternatively, you could give the child a job to do.

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    Stop Loud Noise

    If the noise ever goes above an acceptable level, seat all the children and remind them of point number 1. Do not restart the session again until they have all calmed.

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    Split Groups

    Spilt any groups of children that cause issues when sat together.

  • Report

    Report any serious incidences that concern you to school member of staff immediately, you can ask one of the children to fetch someone for you. Never leave the children unattended.

  • Report to Office

    Always report any problems/incidences to the STEMKids office after the session, we will contact the school or parent on your behalf. Schools are usually very supportive and are already well aware of any children with behavioural issues.

Payroll Dates for 2021

  • Friday 28th May
  • Friday 25th June
  • Friday 30th July

New Starters Form

If you are a new presenter you must complete a HMRC New Starters Form. We cannot process your payment without this form.

Complete Form

Complete Payment Details

Please complete the Payment Details form so that we can set up your payment in time for Payroll.

Complete Form

If you are a new presenter in your first package you will receive everything you need for your clubs, a new presenter’s kit, ID badge, and a t-shirt. We try to package each school’s club separately so if you have multiple packages they will be for different clubs. If we are short of supplies for any kits we will
email you with the information and an estimate of when we will get them out to you. All our instructions for the kits can be found on our website in the ‘Presenter Area’ on the far right of the menu (or at the bottom of the menu in mobile). In the presenter area you will find a list of what is in each club, and the order we suggest to do the projects. You will notice a couple of the projects do stretch over two weeks, but most are only one projects. Be aware this list can change each half term as we get feedback on what works best.
All the instructions for presenters, lesson plans, and handouts will be below the project in the list. Please note we are no longer sending handouts in the kits, this is to cut down on our paper use. Handouts are being emailed to the parents, however you can still find digital copies on our presenter page if you wish to use them.
Please read through all the important documents including the risk assessments which can be found in the presenter area on our website.
If you have any questions about the projects or need resupplying presenter kits after a few terms please email us. Project kits come with spares so you can practise before the club. Each club has a maximum of 20 students so the kits are sent out with a minimum of 22 in them, some kits have up to 25, this is down
to which kits might need more spares. Each kit is labelled on the front; which kit it is, how many are in the bag, and what parts are in the bag. For each kit there will also be a theory leaflet provided. Each club is also supplied with a certificate for every child at the end of all the projects, as well as a few stickers for ‘Engineer of the Week’, which are for you to use at your discretion, for example, this could be for the most interesting question of the week, or for the best solution to a problem.
When your club is finished if you have any spares or parts to send back please fill out the ‘Kit Returns’ form is at the bottom of the ‘Presenter Area’ page. You will be emailed a register for your club the latest the morning of the first session. Please read through the details and make notes of any health or educational requirements. If a club needs rearranging please arrange this through us and not the school directly. We always welcome feedback either after the session or at the end of term regarding the club, and we will send out a feedback form at the end of the club so we can keep improving the experience we can offer. If you have any ideas for projects you would like to see going forward, let us know as we are always on the lookout for new and exciting projects aimed at Key Stage 1 or Key Stage

Kits & Supplies
  • Your Club Supplies

    If you are a new presenter in your first package you will receive everything you need for your clubs, a new presenter’s kit, practice projects, ID badge, and a t-shirt. We try to package each school’s club separately so if you have multiple packages they will be for different clubs. If we are short of supplies for any kits we will email you with the information and an estimate of when we will get them out to you.

  • Kit Instructions

    All our instructions for the kits can be found on this page. They are sorted by club e.g. M1, M2 etc. You will find a list of what is in each club, and the order to complete the projects. You will notice a couple of the projects do stretch over two weeks, but most are only one week projects. Be aware this list can change each half term as we get feedback on what works best. You will find build instructions, a video tutorial and theory information.

  • Spares

    Project kits come with spares. Each club has a maximum of 20 students so the kits are sent out with a minimum of 22 in them, some kits have up to 25, this is down to which kits might need more spares. Each kit is labelled on the front; which kit it is, how many are in the bag, and what parts are in the bag.

Return Unused Kits

We can collect any kit you have left over and spare at the end of the half term.

Request More Supplies

If you are running low on presenter pack supplies please let us know and we will pop some in the post for you.

Safety Info
Behaviour Tips

Children are always very excited for our Clubs, they will naturally be noisy!

There is however a difference between noisy and naughty. Here is a few tips and tricks to help you keep the children well behaved.

  • Be Consistant

    A classroom without consistent practices can often be chaotic. Creating an environment that welcomes uniform responses to behaviour choices will support each child’s understanding of expectations. Unchanging rules ensure that children understand classroom norms and know what to expect when those norms are not met.

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    Seated and Silent

    Do not start a session until all the children are seated and silent. Explain to the children that you only have a 1 hour session, if they do not finish the project in this time they will not be able to take it home. You will therefore have to finish it next week and you will be unable to start next week’s project. Explain the longer it takes for them to be silent, the longer it will take to start the session.

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    Clap 3 Times

    On the first session give them an indicator to be quiet, e.g “when I clap my hands 3 times you all need to quiet” or ask the children what method their teachers use. Practice this a few times during the session. Congratulate those that are quite first. If children are still talking the phrase “Who am I still waiting for” whilst looking at those talking often works wonders.

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    Reporting Back

    Tell the children that the headteacher has asked you to report back after every session on the behaviour of the class. Explain that you do not want to report anything negative and you instead want to report good behaviour. Reinforce this throughout the session, reminding them if any child starts to misbehave.

  • Names

    Try to remember the names of children that require reminders of expectations or often work well. You can ask the children to wear name badges if it helps.

  • Helpers

    Encourage children to help each other, especially children who have finished the work before others.

  • Congratulate

    Congratulate and make examples of children that work well, behave well, listen or help others. You can stop the class to show examples, report to the school or give stickers.

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    Stay Seated

    Try to keep the children seated if possible, if a child has finished constructing the project before others ask them to decorate/personalise the product. Most classrooms have colouring/drawing equipment handy. If not please ask us to supply you with some colouring pens. Alternatively, you could give the child a job to do.

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    Stop Loud Noise

    If the noise ever goes above an acceptable level, seat all the children and remind them of point number 1. Do not restart the session again until they have all calmed.

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    Split Groups

    Spilt any groups of children that cause issues when sat together.

  • Report

    Report any serious incidences that concern you to school member of staff immediately, you can ask one of the children to fetch someone for you. Never leave the children unattended.

  • Report to Office

    Always report any problems/incidences to the STEMKids office after the session, we will contact the school or parent on your behalf. Schools are usually very supportive and are already well aware of any children with behavioural issues.

Payroll

Payroll Dates for 2021

  • Friday 28th May
  • Friday 25th June
  • Friday 30th July

New Starters Form

If you are a new presenter you must complete a HMRC New Starters Form. We cannot process your payment without this form.

Complete Form

Complete Payment Details

Please complete the Payment Details form so that we can set up your payment in time for Payroll.

Complete Form
New Presenter Info

If you are a new presenter in your first package you will receive everything you need for your clubs, a new presenter’s kit, ID badge, and a t-shirt. We try to package each school’s club separately so if you have multiple packages they will be for different clubs. If we are short of supplies for any kits we will
email you with the information and an estimate of when we will get them out to you. All our instructions for the kits can be found on our website in the ‘Presenter Area’ on the far right of the menu (or at the bottom of the menu in mobile). In the presenter area you will find a list of what is in each club, and the order we suggest to do the projects. You will notice a couple of the projects do stretch over two weeks, but most are only one projects. Be aware this list can change each half term as we get feedback on what works best.
All the instructions for presenters, lesson plans, and handouts will be below the project in the list. Please note we are no longer sending handouts in the kits, this is to cut down on our paper use. Handouts are being emailed to the parents, however you can still find digital copies on our presenter page if you wish to use them.
Please read through all the important documents including the risk assessments which can be found in the presenter area on our website.
If you have any questions about the projects or need resupplying presenter kits after a few terms please email us. Project kits come with spares so you can practise before the club. Each club has a maximum of 20 students so the kits are sent out with a minimum of 22 in them, some kits have up to 25, this is down
to which kits might need more spares. Each kit is labelled on the front; which kit it is, how many are in the bag, and what parts are in the bag. For each kit there will also be a theory leaflet provided. Each club is also supplied with a certificate for every child at the end of all the projects, as well as a few stickers for ‘Engineer of the Week’, which are for you to use at your discretion, for example, this could be for the most interesting question of the week, or for the best solution to a problem.
When your club is finished if you have any spares or parts to send back please fill out the ‘Kit Returns’ form is at the bottom of the ‘Presenter Area’ page. You will be emailed a register for your club the latest the morning of the first session. Please read through the details and make notes of any health or educational requirements. If a club needs rearranging please arrange this through us and not the school directly. We always welcome feedback either after the session or at the end of term regarding the club, and we will send out a feedback form at the end of the club so we can keep improving the experience we can offer. If you have any ideas for projects you would like to see going forward, let us know as we are always on the lookout for new and exciting projects aimed at Key Stage 1 or Key Stage

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