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20/10/21

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We're proud to be offering a variety of jobs as part of the scheme. If you are, or know someone, aged 16-24 claiming universal credit there may be a job suitable with BMAT as part of the scheme. Find out more about each of our roles on https://t.co/aCEPJ4mD6E https://t.co/tBRuKMQtia

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07/10/21

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Today we took delivery of our brand new Harlow based mini bus. 🚐 Keep an eye out for it as it transports our students to sports fixtures, trips, visits and more! https://t.co/AVpMlJJzfp

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03/10/21

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The patient led OSAAT conference happened! Wonderful speakers (not )😉, heart-rending contributions from survivors &💯people who brought the to life. Thank you to students https://t.co/ygp3N3vU51

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29/09/21

The Fight Cancer with Hope Conference is hearing inspiring stories from cancer survivors. https://t.co/qiVZsOOcdm

29/09/21

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One of our in Harlow is hosting the NHS Fight Cancer with Hope conference today, with students designing and setting up the event. We'll enjoy seeing the updates from throughout the day! https://t.co/ws83lFz8vF

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29/09/21

The Fight Cancer with Hope Conference is in full swing with delegates in person and online. Our students have done an amazing job with the concept, design, setup and on the day support. https://t.co/ybGxM6bUBD

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29/09/21

The Fight Cancer With Hope Conference is in full swing with delegates in person and online. Our students have done us proud with the concept, design, setup and on the day support. https://t.co/sFra0n7mYQ

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24/09/21

BMAT STEM Academy, in collaboration with invite you to the Fight Cancer with Hope Conference . Register for your place here: https://t.co/ArGE07F8T3 https://t.co/QdLwjuqYi5

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16/08/21

"I have put in a lot of effort, so I feel pretty good about my results. I am looking forward to studying at the next level." https://t.co/gUjIFnSvD4 https://t.co/wztruPoySB

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16/08/21

"I have put in a lot of effort, so I feel pretty good about my results. I am looking forward to studying at the next level." https://t.co/gUjIFnSvD4 https://t.co/h7hnfVk6tk

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16/08/21

"When I arrived in England, I did not think I would be able to achieve these grades." https://t.co/gUjIFnSvD4 https://t.co/xiJ4Y0dY1j

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12/08/21

"Regardless of the adversity they have faced, our students continued to persevere and overcome." https://t.co/WB4KWi0P10 https://t.co/NEgGd49Qn2

12/08/21

A huge congratulations to all our Year 11 students on your amazing results!We could not be more proud of you. Sixth form enrolment continues today until 4pm, and tomorrow from 9am - 1pm.

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12/08/21

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GCSE Results 2021: BMAT STEM Academy students “smash down barriers’. https://t.co/lirdnwJTRs https://t.co/x99zNIRMIW

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08/07/21

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has an incredible history and an inspiring story of leaving General Electric and joining a diabetes tech following his son's diagnosis of T1D. Perfect for our students from https://t.co/MwzmUZCkAx

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08/07/21

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Students and teaching colleagues from listen and joining the discussion at the ’s Diabetes conference. Right now we’re hearing from and his powerful message https://t.co/xe3N2rMSap

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08/07/21

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Out Now! 🌟 The new issue of Latitude - The magazine for BMAT Schools, Parents and Communities. Read it online here - https://t.co/aqc2Xy6VVz https://t.co/KdyaAhJ1Aq

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11/06/21

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BMAT recently appointed a director of to help children to reach their full potential. The former headteacher has started his work by bringing together experts from across the Trust to share best practise. https://t.co/dXL7gGTkgX https://t.co/btrvCXMwsv

27/05/21

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Delighted to be partnered with , such a talented group of young people. The can't wait to see their final designs! https://t.co/4X15i2gu7T

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27/05/21

What a great afternoon! Year 10 working on their sponsor project from , Year 11 learning about the science of chocolate and Year 12 economists learning about Monopolies in the best way possible. https://t.co/mF7YMWsUz1

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Careering into science

Careering into science

Posted: 19th July 2019

How science features in the world around us was demonstrated to young scientists.

Glasgow Science Centre on Tour brought the subject to students at BMAT STEM Academy.

Fellow students from Burnt Mill Academy, Epping St John’s Church of England School, in Epping, and Royal Docks Academy, in Newham, also got to experience the Careering Into Science show to find out how the skills they learn at school can help with their future careers.

A selection of exhibits demonstrated to students how the body and brain works.

Cat Angus, senior science communicator, said: “We are showing students they do not necessarily have to go into science as a career, but that the skills they learn in science can be taken into other careers. It’s about making them realise science features in lots of different careers, such as in Formula 1 racing, hairdressing and 3D and virtual reality games development. It allows them to see how science applies to everything they do every day. This is also an opportunity to learn more about themselves, to see that science is fun and to consider different science options.

“We are trying to encourage younger people to take up STEM subjects, with a particular focus on getting girls to take science as we need more women in the industry.

“The students have been really engaged, which is encouraging.”

Year 7 student Hrissian Gunov was one of 17 from Burnt Mill who took part. He said: “I have enjoyed today; it has been really fun.

“I want to be a stuntman when I’m older, so it has been helpful to learn about the body in case I get injured.

“Having seen the impact smoking has on the lungs in the exhibit, I am never going to smoke – I was never going to anyway, but especially now I’ve seen that.”

Talha Mughal, Burnt Mill teacher, said: “This is a treat for those students who have done everything asked of them in science this year and who excel in the subject. It’s quite a cool experience and fits well into our curriculum.

“It is interesting for them to see the careers they could pursue with their interest in science.”

The day was sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline as part of Project Enthuse.

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