Hi-Impact, the Wirral-based EdTech company, is proud to announce the launch of STEM Live, a series of interactive online lessons for primary school students, supported by Liverpool City Region’s High Growth Innovation Fund (HGIF). HGIF is part of the LCR High Growth Programme that is part funded by ERDF and the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority and delivered by Growth Platform – Liverpool City Region Growth Company.
The first lessons, ‘Meet the Astronauts’, have already received an incredible response with over 105,000 pupils from across the UK and beyond participating. These exciting lessons, taking place on February 2nd and 3rd at SaxaVord Spaceport, located on Britain’s most northerly island in the Shetlands, offer students a once-in-a-lifetime chance to interact live with Helen Sharman, Britain’s first astronaut. During the event, students will have the opportunity to learn about space and the journey to become an astronaut and ask questions directly to Helen.
Helen Sharman said “I am really looking forward to sharing my experiences, live, and talking to thousands of young people with enquiring minds!”
Hi-Impact CEO, Alan Thompson, said, “We are thrilled with the success of ‘Meet the Astronauts’ and look forward to providing many more unique STEM Live opportunities throughout the year and beyond. This program provides children with an inspiring learning experience, accessible to all primary schools.”
Don’t miss out on these exciting opportunities for your students.
Register now at www.stemlive.co.uk.
For further enquiries, contact Martyn Collins at email@example.com or call 0151 638 6283.
The Liverpool City Region (LCR) High Growth Programme is receiving up to £5,504,829 of funding from the European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020. The Department of Levelling up Housing and Communities (and in London the intermediate body Greater London Authority) is the Managing Authority for European Regional Development Fund. Established by the European Union, the European Regional Development Fund helps local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support innovation, businesses, create jobs and local community regenerations. For more information visit the Government Webpage.
The Northern Powerhouse is a key aspect of this Government’s approach to addressing the productivity gap in the North and ensuring a stronger, more sustainable economy for all parts of the UK.
Alongside over €1.5 billion of European Regional Development Fund support for businesses and communities across the North, the government has awarded £3.4 billion in three rounds of Growth Deals across the Northern Powerhouse.