In recent years, TCPS have hosted visits from a number of local primary schools and have provided practical illustrations and demonstrations of how the implementation of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) principles have provided a safe and healthy water supply to Darlington and the Tees Valley, since 1849. Positive feedback from the schools has provided evidence that the children really enjoy the experience and take away a better understanding of many aspects of STEM
We would now like to extend the invitation to secondary schools, colleges and other sites of further education. In this context we would envisage visits by smaller groups of students with interest in specific STEM topics. This could be in the form of technical investigations or projects.
Prior to any educational visit we recommend that we hold a pre-meeting such that a visit or project agenda can be developed to match the exact requirements of the educational establishment or individual student.
We are grateful for the support of Cummins, Northumbrian Water and River Tees Rediscovered in the delivery of our STEM programme.
Arrange a school visit
To arrange a school visit of for more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org