These free downloadable resources cover key stage one of the National Curriculum.
You will find two lesson presentations for the class and the associated easy-to-follow lesson plans with printable resources to support the learning in teachers’ notes. Packed with a variety of activities, children will find these interactive lessons engaging and fun. You will also find three upcycling activity presentations.
These free downloadable resources cover key stage two of the National Curriculum.
You will find four lesson presentations for the class (two lower and two upper) and the associated easy-to-follow lesson plans with printable resources to support the learning in teachers’ notes. You will also find two upcycling activity presentations.
For key stage three and four students, we have developed a series of videos to support the learning around STEM careers. Science, technology, engineering and maths workers play a key role in sustained growth and innovation within our industry.
Studying STEM subjects – science, technology, engineering and maths – at school can open the door to an amazing career at SUEZ. A real passion for numbers, maths and computers could lead to a role as a Technical Analyst, or a love of chemistry could lead to being a Process Engineer.
STEM subjects are used in many areas of our business, but it is also useful to have skills and qualities such as problem-solving skills, communication skills, teamwork, organisational skills and accuracy.
There are many roles within the waste, water and sustainable energy industry that these skills are applied to. These short videos will give you a flavour of the diversity of the types of roles STEM subjects link with and the skills required. Our staff featured in these videos give an insight into their role, what they do and their learning journey.
Molly is a Technical Plant Engineer at the Teesside energy-from-waste facility.
Martin is a Process Engineer at the Cornwall energy recovery centre.