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Welcome to the Young Engineers & Science Clubs Scotland website.
Here you will find everything you need to know about Young Engineers & Science Clubs Scotland, organised by SCDI.  The purpose of the programme is to engage young people in practical, exciting, hands-on science and engineering activities and to enthuse them to pursue a career in science, engineering and technology.
We have a network of over 900 science, engineering and technology clubs throughout Scotland, from Orkney to Dumfries with a membership of more than 18,000 girls and boys. This site will tell you what Young Engineers Clubs are all about and what they can do for you - whether you're a young person thinking about a career in science, engineering and technology, a teacher looking for resources to promote STEM, or a company who wants to form positive links with education and invest in the engineers of the future.
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Network of over 900 registered clubs throughout Scotland...
 
why not get involved?
 
Membership of the network is free
   
Start-up grant available
 
Access to resources, challenges and competitions
 
Free advice and assistance at hand
 
Links to industry
 
Invites to national and local events
 
Running a club is a great cross-curricular activity, complementing the Curriculum for Excellence
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Primary & Secondary Club of the Year 2014

Hopeman Primary, Moray and Webster's High, Angus were crowned Primary and Secondary Club of the Year 2014.

They are pictured receiving their award from Dr Alasdair Allan MSP, Minister for Learning, Science and Scotland's Languages at the Celebration of Engineering and Science at Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh on 5 June 2014.

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Regional Primary & Secondary Club of the Year 2014

Strathkinness Primary and Braeview Academy were crowned Primary and Secondary Regional Club of the Year 2014 at the Regional Celebration for Clubs in Angus, Dundee, Fife and Perth & Kinross at Dundee Science Centre on Thursday 27 March.

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North-East Primary & Secondary Club of the Year 2014

Ashley Road Primary and Mackie Academy were crowned Primary and Secondary North-East Club of the Year 2014 at the North-East Celebration of Engineering and Science at BP on Friday 21 March.

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Highlands & Islands Primary & Secondary Club of the Year 2014

Lochmaddy Primary, Westerm Isles and Tain Royal Academy, Highland were crowned Primary and Secondary Highlands & Islands Club of the Year 2014 at the Highlands & Islands Celebration of Engineering and Science at Eden Court Theatre on Friday 7 March.

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The Royal Society's Partnership Grant scheme is now open!

Schools can apply for up to £3,000 to work with scientists and engineers on creative investigations.


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The National Science and Engineering Competition

You are invited to enter your science, technology, engineering, maths or D&T project into this year's competition.  Individuals or teams can enter the competition by submitting a short summary report or short film (3-5 minutes) by 31st October 2013.

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September 2013 Newsletter
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