School Activities
Are you looking to enhance your students understanding of STEM subjects and ways to develop their life skills? SATRO offers a range of energised, interactive activities designed to engage with curious young minds across Year Groups 3-6. SATRO aims to encourage individuals to explore and apply their interest and skills in STEM subjects and to better understand the application in the world of work. 

For schools we provide the means to bring curriculum learning to life. As part of our activities, we also bring industry experts into the classroom as volunteers, helping support teachers in demonstrating a context to STEM education and to inspire future talent. 

SATRO offers workshops for whole year groups, individual classes and timetabled sessions to different groups across a half or full school day. What SATRO offers is accessible to all students and we pride ourselves in working to meet the needs of individual schools and their student cohorts of all abilities. 
Years 5-6
A World of Energy
Curriculum Topics: Living Things, Earth & Space, Properties & Changes Of Materials, Forces, Light & Electricity, Number, Algebra, Ratio & Measurement and Working Scientifically. 
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Years 3-6
Energy Monitoring Challenge
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Years 5-6
Enterprise and Business Game
Curriculum Topics: Number, Statistics, Measurement & Working Scientifically.
Years 4-6
Fascinating Fossils
Curriculum Topics: Evolution & Inheritance, Living Things & Their Habitats, Properties & Changes Of Materials and Working Scientifically. 
Years 3-6
Fun Maths
Curriculum Topics: Number, Measurement, Statistics and Geometry. 
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Years 5-6
Mega-Structures Challenge
Curriculum Topics: Number, Ratio & Proportions, Geometry, Forces, Measurement and Working Scientifically. 
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Years 4-6
Programming & Robotics 
Curriculum Topics: Basic Coding, Light/Electricity, Sound, Forces and Working Scientifically. 
Years 4-6
Curriculum Topics: Rocks, Living Things & Their Habitats, Forces & Magnets, States of Matter, Working Scientifically.