Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects at Brentwood School are essential in providing pupils with key skills in challenging topics.

We encourage students to become involved in STEM education to understand and explore the academic subjects further and increase interest in careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.


STEM Club combines the four subjects in to one, helping to provide pupils with vital knowledge in today’s society, such as an understanding of real-world technology and economic development.

The Brentwood School STEM Club provides pupils with projects to improve problem solving, competitiveness and creative and critical thinking skills.

Activities and projects take place each term. A list of current STEM activites taking place this term can be found below.

Robot Wars

The Brentwood School Robotics team featured in BBC Two’s Robot Wars on Sunday, 19th March 2017. 

In the first series where teams from schools have taken part, the Brentwood School Robot Wars team, made up of pupils studying Design Technology, Physics and Mathematics, were put up against some of the UK’s finest engineers.

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STEM Club activities

  • CREST Awards Programme – achieve a nationally recognised accreditation from the British Science Association for project work in Science
  • King's College London STEM Competition 
  • Bloodhound Project – launched November 2016
  • Engineering Society – a club for Sixth Form students interested in careers in engineering held in association with the Museum of Power