Cultural Learning Alliance are looking for passionate teams of teachers one arts teacher and one science teacher from the same school to take part in the Hack. Join them at the Science Museum in October.
What is the Hack?
The CLA is organising a 24 hour STEAM Hack in the Science
Museum, London on the 28-29 October 2015 where groups of leading scientists,
artists and teachers will hack the schools science and arts schemes of
work to create inspiring STEAM curriculums.
Groups will be asked to present and discuss their
thinking on the 29 October to an invited audience. The TES is their media partner and will publish the resulting work on their website. CLA will also
use the events and resources to hold a range of conversations with government
about these issues.
CLA want young people to leave schools with the skills and ideas
to change the world. To make this happen they think Science and Arts should have
equal status in schools and that teachers from both disciplines should be able
and inspired to collaborate. To advocate to government and help teachers we
need tangible examples of brilliant STEAM (Adding the A of arts to
the STEM subjects of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) in
How to apply?
CLA are looking for passionate teams of teachers one arts
teacher and one science teacher from the same school to take part in the
Hack. Apply by filling in this online form by
the 2 October.
The CLA will cover travel and expenses to attend, and where
people are not attached to an institution we would be able to offer a small