Raising Aspirations in Secondary & Post-16
Our focus is to challenge students perceptions of the world of work, the skills and aptitudes, pathways to employment and the breadth of careers available to them. The aim being to building their aspirations for a successful future.
- Delivery cross curricula based real-world applications
- Widen horizons and challenge perceptions
- Bringing current industry & LMI experience into what we deliver
- Employee engagement and mentoring
- Understanding & developing transferable skills for careers
- Understanding of science and technology for our future world
Key to our events and workshops is the engagement of volunteers from across a broad spectrum of industries in our region meeting Gatsby Benchmarks.
SATRO delivers to whole year groups, individual classes and can provide a series of timetabled sessions. We work with all abilities and are able to adapt to student needs and the size of the school. It is also possible to put together discounted packages that will support across the academic year meeting your aims in all year groups.
Our prices are supported by charitable funding with additional support to specific programmes. We welcome enquiries from all schools and will endeavour to further support all those with high levels of disadvantage.
Have a look at our latest newsletter to secondary schools - click here
Join the first Surrey-wide programme to embed gaming development skills into the classroom. Free training, software and support from video game ambassadors.
Sustainability, Maths, Science
A Sustainable Future
An opportunity for pupils to learn about Sustainability and the solutions to Climate Change. Students assess our impact on the world and understand how to become more environmentally friendly.
Launching this autumn - a new modular challenge for full year or class groups exploring skills, aptitudes and the range of digital careers on offer across all businesses in our region.
A team activity that combines learning about four key environmental issues and finding solutions within a business context. This challenge gives teams the opportunity to be creative and entrepreneurial.
Business, Enterprise, Maths
Enterprise and Business Game
Teams of students run a manufacturing business for the day, taking on the roles of CEO, Head of Marketing, Accountant etc.
Multi School, Science, Careers, Enterprise, Sustainability
A new series of workshops which will engage students with diverse interests. They will be challenged to explore a new planet, design the lived environment and look at what is needed to sustainably thrive as a community.
Sustainability, Structures, Careers, Enterprise, Business, Maths
Sports Arena Challenge
Student teams design and model Sports Arenas to house multiple sports at a major sports event. The project cost is estimated and plans for sustainable usage after the Games are made.
Multi School, Science, Careers
Girls into STEM
An event focused on encouraging young girls to consider a career in STEM. Delivery can be in a single school or bring together smaller groups from different schools. Role models from industry will bring real-world experience.
Multi School, Science, Careers
An opportunity for 'off-curriculum' days to bring inspiring learning into school from our range of workshop, challenges and careers offers.
Multi School, Science, Maths, Sustainability
Problem Solving Challenge
Teams of six students in Key Stage groups take on an unseen problem solving challenge testing their STEM and work skills. We hold area heats to compete for a space at the Grand Final.
Careers, Multi School, Science, Business, Construction
20th February 2024 Register Now: an opportunity to meet employees from the world of STEM employment and to learn more about pathways, job roles, skills and to try some hands-on activities.
Years 9 -13
Our construction classrooms come weekly to your site to teach practical hands-on construction skills. We provide all the tools, equipment, materials and training across all abilities. Our tutors have experience in the industry and teaching. They have chosen to work with us to inspire the next generation in construction.
Everyone needs a mentor at some point, but for students aged 14 - 16, the support of an independent listening ear can be invaluable and transformative. Our mentoring programmes are predominately 1:1 and face to face.
Careers, Business, Science, Sustainability, Construction
SATRO Research Placements
Year 12 Students undertake a STEAM based research project, working within an employer or academic research environment. The placement runs for around 2/3 weeks virtually during the Summer, enabling students to work with qualified professionals and experts.
We offer a range of activities for students who are currently home educated, including any of our workshops. We also hold drop in STEM events, keep an eye out here for dates!