What is 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 use the context and inspiration of  INEOS TEAM UK’s challenge for the America’s Cup; among other cutting edge INEOS sports.

Join STEM Crew

Sign up to STEM Crew here for access our suite of FREE high quality STEM resources, and bring the inspirational context of science in sport to your students today!

Teaching resources

Each resource is supported by detailed links to the national STEM curriculum and exam specifications. STEM Crew is developed and delivered by the innovative education charity 1851 Trust, and their team of experienced teachers. Find teaching resources here.

Pupil Portal

Test your knowledge of the STEM subjects! Sign up to our pupil portal and experience the thrill of the America’s Cup with videos, quizzes and more. Go there now!

Free STEM Resources

Bring learning to life in your classroom with our free digital education programme for 11-16-year olds, used by more than 2,000 secondary schools throughout the UK!

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.

Our high quality resources include videos, teaching notes, interactive quizzes and student worksheets. STEM Crew provides an immersive learning experience that is fun and engaging for both you and your students.  All of our resources are fully editable and easy to use.

With detailed links to the national STEM curriculum and exam specifications. Our resources give students a chance to explore just how versatile and exciting STEM subjects and careers can really be.

Find our ‘Teach with confidence” support for teachers here, with insight from our Head of Education as well as our lesson planners.

Watch this short video to see how easy it is to navigate the STEM Crew site.

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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 race against a fleet of British sailing boats around the Isle of Wight. http://www.americascup.com

The 1851 Trust

The 1851 Trust’s Digital education platform, STEM Crew is 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 STEM has to offer.


INEOS TEAM UK is based in Old Portsmouth and led and backed by INEOS Founder and Chairman, Sir 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. Working with world class designers to develop a competitive race boat. https://www.ineosteamuk.com