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Our Brand New Primary School Programme - Updated: 18/07/2019
Energy Monitoring Challenge: 

An opportunity to put your students at the heart of your school's energy sustainability project and see how they can make the school real monetary savings!

We offer the chance for 10 primary schools to take part in a fully funded year long programme to monitor their school's energy consumption real-time. Starting with an Energy Workshop we will support them across the year as part of your STEM or ECO club in influencing how the school, staff and students can be more energy conscious and make real savings on their energy bills. Those savings can then be re-invested in STEM education to support your students' ability to influence the solutions of making our world a sustainable place to live. The challenge will end with a presentation ceremony at Philips in Guildford.

Sponsored and supported by Philips, PowerCor and TR Control Systems the first 10 state schools will be fully funded. Energy metering can be done through your existing SMART meter or by the addition of a small stand-alone meter installed and funded by the project. 
Success For Our Newly Launched Programmes 2018-19! Updated: 18/07/2019
In this last academic year, we launched three new programmes which have proved to be a huge success with schools. They recognise the latest trends in the use of STEM subjects to solve real-world problems and inspire students to improve their knowledge and consider career pathways that are new to them. 

In Primary Schools, we launched the World of Energy which brings to life the concepts of where our energy comes from and the principles of sustainabilty. 

In Secondary Schools, we launched our Future Transport programme which focuses students on the key question: how would they change the way we travel in congested urban areas? 

In our Mobile Classroom schools, we launched a CAD and 3D printing workshop to extend their understanding of the latest technologies in the design and construction industries. 

We thank our SATRO Associates: Chris, Hugh and Phil who have brought these new workshops to life and the schools who have hosted our pilot sessions. We also thank our funders who have made them possible! 

World of Energy: Air Products, Exxon Mobil, People's Postcode Lottery, UNUM 

Future Transport: Rees Jeffreys Road Fund, Reigate and Banstead Borough Council

CAD/3D Printing: CareTech, Tesco Bags for Help
Problem Solving Challenge in Uganda! Updated: 17/07/2019
Problem Solving Challenge in Uganda! Updated: 15/07/2019
Paul Endersby, a science teacher, who has brought his students year-on-year to the SATRO Problem Solving Challenge recently turned the tables and gave SATRO a challenge! Could he take  a couple of our challenges out to Uganda as part of a charity he works with to inspire students in Africa in the STEM subjects. The response of course was a resounding yes! We provided the group with two of our recent challenges that together we felt were most appropriate and have linked Paul up with some contacts from other charities we are in touch with in Uganda. 

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Current Vacancies - Updated: 09/07/2019
Fundraising Manager: 

We are currently recruiting for this position. As a charity, and with no central or local government funding, this role is key to us achieving our aims. Our Fundraising Manager is responsible for raising the funds we need to meet our charitable objective of increasing young people's interest in STEM and employability skills. SATRO always works closely with our funders to ensure that together we meet joint objectives and provide opportunities to understand the impact of the support given. If you are interested in supporting SATRO as an individual, company or charitable trust then get in touch today. 

We are currently recruiting for a new fundraising manager and are looking for candidates with experience across the full range of fundraising streams: charitable trusts, foundations, corporate funders and major donors. This is an opportunity to shape, drive and own the fundraising strategy for the charity, to maximise income from current and importantly, new funders, whilst nurturing the excellent relationships developed and held with valued individual and long-term funders. The position offers a high degree of flexibility and the opportunity of part-time working for an experienced candidate. If you are interested, please contact us for the full job description and further details.