Category Archives: STEM

Very useful questions and answers for STEM issues


Back on Monday Sheryll Murray, the Conservative MP for South East Cornwall began with the first couple of questions and the Minister who responded was Jonathan Gullis who was a Minister for Education. The other MP who took part was … Continue reading

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A call from Labour to encourage girls into STEM


Last Thursday when Parliament was closing down for a few days because of the Council elections that take place this Thursday a Labour MP raised an important STEM call which is shown below. The focus was on comments that have … Continue reading

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Well done LSIP from Sussex Chamber of Commerce


On Friday at lunchtime, the Sussex Chamber of Commerce were able to publish a series of documents under the theme of the Local Skills Improvement Plan Trailblazer which is referred to as LSIP. The location is on their website here. … Continue reading

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The Governments tactic for females STEM workers


On Wednesday a question took place in the House of Commons involving Theresa Villiers who is the MP for Chipping Barnet. She was once the Minister of State for Transport, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and Secretary of State … Continue reading

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Several serious issues that Parliament must respond to


At the beginning of most weeks, it is possible to look ahead at the Parliamentary plans and to also reflect on what has just happened. Today is a case for that theme, but it is also interesting to reflect on … Continue reading

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A clear call that Brexit has reduced our STEM focus


I spend time reading the various comments about STEM in both the House of Commons and the House of Lords. One of the reasons I do so is that I am a STEM Ambassador and I am very keen to … Continue reading

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Is the Institutes of Technology a suitable way forward?


On Tuesday Robert Buckland who is the Conservative MP for South Swindon stated a motion in Parliament under the title of “Institutes of Technology (Royal Charter)” and his statement included a number of very significant issues. However the Institute of … Continue reading

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The Government is planning to promote STEM


A couple of weeks ago I wrote this blog which focused on the STEM campaign that has been promoted by Schools in Sussex and across the UK. The same theme was about to be discussed in the Science and Technology … Continue reading

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Good that a STEM call came from an MP yesterday


On Thursday in the House of Commons there was a discussion that took place under the title of Higher Education Reform. Sadly there were no Sussex MPs that participated in the discussion. However one of the MPs raised the call … Continue reading

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Congratulations to STEM students in Sussex


Two events will take place this week that are very different but they have a nominal link and their shared theme is very significant for many people. The first event takes place on Wednesday in the House of Commons when … Continue reading

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