Get ready to find Kent's best STEM Inspiration Sparkers!
Celebrating just some of the great teaching talent we have in Kent, this is a fun, friendly school vs school competition.
We're encouraging pupils across Kent to nominate the STEM teachers they feel have inspired them most, giving an example of how their teachers have done this.
Get involved and you could win a great prize for your school.
Pupils who've nominated the winning teacher will get the chance to work with local professional fireworks experts to design their own display to be held at their school. And why fireworks? The rocket was developed in Kent, c.1805, by Kent-born inventor William Congreve.
How to take part in the competition
Please register your school using the form above.
Once we've received your details we'll email your entry pack, which includes:
- Guidelines on how to make your nominations
- A promotional poster
- Competition Terms & Conditions
If you have any questions, you can contact a member of our team at email@example.com
Sparking inspiration in the next generation of STEM teachers
This is all part of the Kent-Teach 'Inspiration Sparkers' recruitment campaign focusing on STEM teaching roles, and the wider effort to encourage STEM experts into teaching.
We're looking for people to apply from a range of backgrounds. These include people working in science and technology sectors looking for a career change, university graduates with a STEM-based degree, or ex-teachers who might want to return to the profession, as well as those already studying to be STEM teachers. If you'd like to speak to one of our Kent-Teach advisors please get in contact via email firstname.lastname@example.org and to apply for an education role visit our jobs page.