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Future Morph

Future Morph is a web-based initiative that has been designed to engage young people and encourage them to appreciate why they study science and maths in school and to understand the breadth of opportunities that are available from studying STEM.

The website aims to build an awareness of the skills developed by studying science and maths and how they help keep options open. Through this pack of careers activities, which accompanies the Future Morph website, pupils come across some of the amazing and unexpected places that studying science, technology, engineering and maths can take them. Mostly for 11–13 year olds, these activities will also suit 14–16 year olds.

Organisers will need to consider the ability range of their particular students. Most of the activities require the use of a computer to log onto the Future Morph website.

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