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New BP Ultimate STEM Challenge competition
This year the BP Ultimate STEM Challenge is back and it’s even better! For the first time, BP, in partnership with STEM Learning, is inviting UK students aged 11 to 14 to use their STEM skills to tackle one simple challenge: reimagine a solution to a real-life problem. 2018 marks the 50th anniversary of BP’s investment in STEM education - since 1968 BP has been helping young people to be more engaged in science and engineering by linking the curriculum to careers and inspiring students to take on the challenges of invention and creativity. This year the Ultimate STEM Challenge is setting the ultimate challenge to reimagine literally anything using the technology and capability of today. This might be redesigning tools and technology that we have long taken for gra...
BP celebrates 50 years supporting education in the UK
At BP we are proud to be celebrating our 50th anniversary of investing in education in the UK.
Year of Engineering 2018
BP is actively supporting the government’s Year of Engineering with new partnerships and teaching resources.
How do rollercoasters keep moving?
Celebrate the Year of Engineering with our latest video resource which explores curriculum science at the theme park.
Help your pupils see the magic in science
Explore the topic of Light through the story of Peter Pan.
Welcome to the new BP Educational Service website
We’re excited to announce the launch of our new and refreshed BP Educational Service website. Read on to find out about our new features.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Ultimate STEM Challenge!
Young scientists from Walton Priory School wowed the judges during the USC 2018 final.
Making science relevant
The Science Capital Teaching Approach supports teachers in helping students find more meaning and relevance in science subjects.
Meet the scientists
Meet the scientists is a series of live web chats between BP scientists and secondary school students around the UK.
We gave primary school teachers cameras and asked them to document how they use BPES resources to support their science teaching.