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17/10/20

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Robert Halfon MP -Working Hard for Harlow-

Thank you. I really enjoyed my visit.

16/10/20

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Dr Rhiannon Lowe

Thankyou for engaging students today - showing applications of bioengineering. https://t.co/rvHed5xYLB

16/10/20

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Dr Rhiannon Lowe

Fabulous to see virtual engagement- look forward to supporting/ delivering more. Thankyou and for inspirational STEAMM.. https://t.co/WMZ8Q85hZ2

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16/10/20

Thank you so much for inspiring our students with the fascinating talk on . Thanks as well to our sponsors and Governor for their support in bringing this together. Many budding bioengineers in the making! https://t.co/Z7joF3oMjD

16/10/20

Thank you so much for your time. The students really enjoyed the talk and a couple of year 10 students have already expressed an interest in pursuing a career in Bioengineering.

16/10/20

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Dr. Tina Chowdhury

Great to speak with the students today.

14/10/20

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Robert Halfon MP -Working Hard for Harlow-

Well worth a visit Harlow UTC 👇 https://t.co/VRD3KdcnkW

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14/10/20

BMAT STEM Academy is a unique Year 10-13 specialist school in Harlow, Essex. To book a guided tour, apply for Sixth Form, view our prospectus and find out more please visit https://t.co/wI5OGqH0U0 https://t.co/kxPDbKdzNA

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09/10/20

Inspired by our sponsors STEM project, year 10 have been constructing and testing their boat designs. The record so far holds 1.4kg using only 200x200mm of foam board. Yet another use for a tray! Book a tour to join us next year: https://t.co/wI5OGqH0U0 https://t.co/IVIW5ANyme

07/10/20

Students are monitoring the changing numbers during the day and are going to feedback their findings to our SLT. We’re very proud of 97/100, monitoring the temperature, noise levels, CO2, humidity and air pressure and air pollution of our room.

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07/10/20

Our students are loving using our in the engineering suite to help us create the optimum learning conditions for their lessons. Just one of the smart technologies we use . Book a tour today for entry to Yr 10 and 12. https://t.co/wI5OGqH0U0 https://t.co/5g9aSEbtDU

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06/10/20

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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/yyC20xOlAN

05/10/20

Congratulations! Very well deserved. We are loving using ours. 93 today...

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05/10/20

Our business-focused school & 6th form has welcomed back students who are benefitting from industry standard equipment. Having been closed to students for 6 months due to the Coronavirus outbreak, BMAT STEM is now fully open to all Y10, 11 & 12 students. https://t.co/UOCshA1cO7 https://t.co/hHoSlOsSwd

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05/10/20

COME AND VISIT BMAT STEM ACADEMY! We're hosting a series of guided tours of our state of the art facilities. Limited availability for October and November. Click this link to book a tour and find out more about BMAT STEM Academy - https://t.co/sPQqDz4JjF https://t.co/RqbeEFPfF8

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02/10/20

Thank you to Mr Moules for this afternoon’s assembly introducing our events and for all the work he and the team have put into this month’s events. https://t.co/3iJNdV4BVn

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01/10/20

Celebrating the start of . Students can scan the QR codes to learn more about these icons. We have plenty more to come... https://t.co/L58yCY5o24

28/09/20

One of the skeletons is named Toe-Knee. Any suggestions for the other?

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28/09/20

Our Applied Scientists have been learning all about the importance of the musculoskeletal system, naming and labelling the bones and muscles and understanding how joints move. Check out more about our amazing Academy: https://t.co/sPQqDz4JjF https://t.co/tUNZifsp5u

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Renewable energy company partners BMAT STEM Academy

Renewable energy company partners BMAT STEM Academy

Posted: 7th October 2020

Our business-focused school has teamed up with another industry sponsor to offer students career opportunities in the world of renewable energy.

BMAT STEM Academy provides students from Year 10 onwards with a curriculum focused on STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) subjects.

The school has a host of industry sponsors – including Princess Alexandra Hospital, Gratnells, GlaxoSmithKline, Raytheon and Pearson Education – which provide students with insider knowledge, work experience and career prospects.

Common Sense Energy, in Harlow, is the latest company to partner with the school to develop future employees.

Allen Harris, director at Common Sense Energy, has not only enrolled his daughter at the school’s sixth form, but signed up as a professional partner – and donated solar panels to the site.

He said: “We decided to work with BMAT STEM Academy because it is a young and developing centre of excellence with the flexibility to harness new technologies. I believe the school has the ability to make real change in this world.

“The young people in education today are more aware of the planet and the problems facing it than any generation before them. They are the ones who will lead the change in our world.

“It is well documented that if we continue to use the earth’s resources at our current rate of growth, the human race will be extinct in about 100 years and we will suffer major consequences along the way.

“Renewable energy is now recognised as part of the solution to sustain our planet as we know it and it will become an even bigger part of our lives. So, it is essential students not only learn about these technologies, but are also able to see, touch, experiment with and help to develop them, too. By the time these students leave education, renewable energy and its benefits should be second nature to them. There will also be lucrative and rewarding career options open in this area.”

The school offers subjects such as engineering, computer science and 3D design, with a focus on preparing young people for the world of work.

The new partnership will bring work experience, workshops, talks and opportunities to reach out into the industry for students.

Dave Ramsey, assistant headteacher, said: “We are going to be getting access to industry standard equipment to ensure our students are prepared to design and install green energy solutions. That is incredibly important going forward.

“Our students will learn how renewable energy works, how systems connect to the grid and how it is then used in a house. That is what Common Sense Energy does on a day to day basis; science and engineering.

“It is another string to our bow and continues to keep us at the forefront of modern technology. We are really excited to be able to work with our students on renewable green energy. We all need to start using it, so if we are able to teach our young people more than just the theory, we are offering something unique.”

Guided tours of BMAT STEM Academy are taking place in October and November for students interested in places in Year 10 or 12 in 2020 and 2021. Book a tour here.

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