About STEM Crew

Developed and delivered by innovative education charity the 1851 Trust as part of their programme of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) engagement, STEM Crew provides free teaching resources covering real world science, technology, engineering and maths for key stage 3 and 4. All of our resources are inspired by INEOS TEAM UK’s challenge for the America’s Cup, the Formula 1 of international sailing.

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Free STEM Resources

Bring learning to life in your classroom with our free digital education programme for 11-16-year olds. Taking inspiration from the INEOS TEAM UK’s challenge for the America’s Cup, we have designed and created a number of resources for you to share with your students covering topics such as design and technology, mathematics and science.

Each resource includes videos and worksheets to provide an immersive learning experience that is fun and engaging for both you and your students.  They also include editable presentations, teacher notes and links to real-life footage. These resources will show your pupils how versatile and exciting STEM subjects and careers can really be.

Used by more than 1,000 secondary schools throughout the UK, these resources are supported by detailed links to the national STEM curriculum and exam specifications.

Register with STEM Crew today to access a unique world of FREE teaching resources that will capture the imagination of your students.

This ‘How To’ video will give you some helpful hints and tips on how to make the best use of our resources, utilising the exciting context of the America’s cup to inspire your students in their curriculum learning.

Each resource is supported by detailed links to the national STEM curriculum and exam specifications. STEM Crew is developed and delivered by innovative education charity, the 1851 Trust as part of their programme of STEM engagement.

Register with STEM Crew today to access a unique world of FREE teaching resources that will capture the imagination of your students.

The 1851 Trust

The 1851 Trust is a dynamic and innovative education charity committed to working with teachers to inspire young people nationwide. STEM Crew is an 1851 Trust programme, supported by INEOS TEAM UK. We believe in encouraging young people from all backgrounds to imagine their futures differently. By harnessing the power of professional sport, we challenge perceptions and engage with students to share the opportunities science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) have to offer.

As the official charity of INEOS TEAM UK, the 1851 Trust looks to support teachers with free, high-quality education programmes using the team’s cutting-edge innovation and aspirational role models, leaving pupils with a passion for these subjects and a desire to learn more.

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The America’s Cup

The oldest international sporting trophy in the world, The America’s Cup started in 1851 when Queen Victoria and Prince Albert hosted the Great Exhibition to showcase the best of British technology and excellence. They invited the New York Yacht Club to send over a sailing boat that would represent American shipbuilding prowess and compete against a fleet of British sailing boats in a race around the Isle of Wight.

After winning the trophy, the United States embarked on what would become the longest winning streak in the history of sport, a 132-year stretch of domination. The America’s Cup has only been won by four nations in its history – USA, Australia, New Zealand and Switzerland.

The 36th edition of the America’s Cup takes place in Auckland in 2021.

The America’s Cup is one of sport’s greatest challenges, in its 168-year history, it is a trophy Britain has never won.

http://www.americascup.com

America's Cup School Educational Resources

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INEOS TEAM UK

INEOS TEAM UK was formed in 2018 to bring the America’s Cup home to Britain.

INEOS TEAM UK is based in Old Portsmouth and led and backed by INEOS Founder and Chairman, Jim Ratcliffe. Sir Ben Ainslie, a previous America’s Cup winner (AC34) and the most successful Olympic sailor of all time, is Team Principal and Skipper.

The TEAM will use its world class technologies and manufacturing know-how to develop a competitive race boat, giving the best possible chance to bring the oldest international sporting trophy and sailing’s premier contest back to Britain where it all began.

https://www.ineosteamuk.com