Bring the Year of Engineering to life in the classroom. There are lesson ideas, professional development pieces for teachers, and testimonials from schools that have benefited from STEM enrichment activity.
A series of educational resources and activities that help you learn more about the leisure marine industry.
Modern ocean exploration and discovery requires a wide variety of expertise, integrating the skills of ocean scientists, engineers, technicians, videographers, ROV pilots, educators, and more! Here are some lessons and activities to consider doing with your children/students to delve into the exciting world of ocean exploration.
The Oceans Academy brings the oceans to your classroom. With 72% of the earth covered by ocean, we’re more Planet Ocean than Planet Earth. The [de] Oceans Academy is an education programme which delves into this part of our world, providing free classroom resources for UK and international schools, educational events and workshops. There are free teaching material for ages 7 - 16 comprising of 8 curriculum booklets for Geography and Science education in the UK, and an International version, comprising 46 lesson plans as well as 236 activity sheets and supporting resources; multimedia web app containing 70+ short films and 250+ photos.
STEM Crew is a new digital education programme for 11-16 year olds, brought to you by the 1851 Trust and Land Rover BAR. Set against the backdrop of the exciting world of the America’s Cup, STEM Crew resources highlight real-world applications of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Students will analyse high-performance nutrition, discover practical applications of mathematics and learn about state-of-the-art design materials. Our films, interactive activities and worksheets – featuring real data and information from the Land Rover BAR base – show young people how versatile and exciting the STEM subjects can be.
Register with STEM Crew today to access free, easy-to-use resources!
Enjoy learning more about the science of underwater explorations and deep sea life. The Submarine STEM Activity Booklet contains a series of six 'mission' activities for families and children to explore the science of the Nekton Missions. It also contains background information about submersible exploration and deep sea environments.
Manx Whale and Dolphin Watch is a charity based on the Isle of Man dedicated to the ongoing conservation of our local whale, dolphin and porpoise species, collectively known as cetaceans. We work year round conducting non-invasive research to monitor the health of the cetacean population and their habitat. We also work hard to raise public awareness of these animals which is a vital part to their ongoing conservation. We have produced these activities for ages 5-14 so there is something for all young enthusiasts. The worksheets are based around the information found on this website to get young people reading through the site and learning as they go.
Bring important ocean learning to your classroom. Check out our favorite lessons and resources to help your students learn about the ocean.
If you are interested in science, in Marine Biology, or just passionate about nature and the environment, Newcastle University have something here for you, and to support your teachers.
The National Aquarium is a marine aquarium built on reclaimed land in Plymouth. It is an aquarium and provides resources for teachers and schools.
The James Dyson Foundation is dedicated to encouraging young people to think differently, make mistakes, invent and realise their engineering potential.
In 2012, US Sailing launched “Reach” a national education initiative to inspire sailing programs and school to utilize sailing as an educational platform. Reach exposes youth sailors, arguably our most vested future highly skilled workers and environmentalists, to STEM and environmental education. In addition, 90% of students participating in Reach are first time sailor, creating an on-ramp to the sport for youth of all backgrounds.
Welcome aboard the Volvo Ocean Race Sustainability Education Programme. The worlds most extreme race is putting sustainability at its heart and is focusing on taking action to ‘Turn the Tide on Plastic’ – the rapidly growing and critical problem of plastic pollution in the ocean, highlighted by the United Nations Clean Seas campaign. The Volvo Ocean Race supports this much-needed campaign, through our sustainability team, education programme and positive actions. Sustainability leaders; 11th Hour Racing sponsors this international education programme.
The programme will help you and your students (aged 6-12 years) discover the excitement of sailing through the Volvo Ocean Race, the importance of the ocean and how ocean plastic pollution is damaging our blue planet. It will also show you ways to combat ocean plastic pollution and how YOU and your students can make a difference by becoming a Volvo Ocean Race Champion for the Sea!
The Tomorrow's Engineers programme, led by the engineering community, provides a platform for employers to work effectively with schools to inspire more young people to consider a careers in engineering.
Educational resources to help spread the word about the critical importance of the world’s coral reefs.
We are always learning. Here is a collection of resources that helped the team throughout the production of Chasing Coral and that can be used to further engage students in the classroom.
Whether you are a Teacher or an informal Marine Educator. If you are looking for lesson plans and Resources to help you incorporate the Sea in your teaching or to teach about marine topics, Look no further!
Blue The Film's education partners at Cool Australia have created over 60 FREE to access teaching resources, from early learning to Year 10.
No matter where you are in Australia, these lessons will enrich your school’s or service’s curriculum. Each activity guide includes never before seen videos from the film, step-by-step instructions, student worksheets, fact sheets and hands-on activities.
A collection of resourcs for teachers to help support students disocver a wealth of STEM related subjects
Make a Difference as a School Governor
The Government’s Engineering: Take a Closer Look Campaign, which we are proud to support, is encouraging engineers to become school governors.
As well as having the ideal skillset for being school governors, engineers can raise the profile of engineering within schools and showcase the many exciting opportunities the profession offers. By volunteering, you can help inspire young people in a school near you and ensure engineering remains a key part of the curriculum.
If you want to be involved, sign up to the Inspiring Governance programme which will match you with a school close to where you live or work. Through this programme, you will also be able to access 12 months’ free support and guidance from the National Governance Association (NGA).
Guild of Benevolence
Licensed Body of the...
141 Middle Road #03-01
188976 • Singapore
+65 (0) 6472 0096
International Naval Engineering Conference and Exhibition
Ballast Water Technology
Marine Electrical and Control Systems Safety
Engine As A Weapon
Sea Your Future
Submissions to IMO
Online CPD Tool
Special Interest Groups
The IMarEST Nexus
Consulting Our Members
Frequently Asked Questions