STEM supported by Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

Siemens Gamesa STEM


Is an initiative to encourage STEM vocations among your primary and secondary school students in countries where Siemens Gamesa is present. The first edition will take place in Spain, Germany and the United Kingdom.

Through this initiative we want to offer primary and secondary students hands-on learning experiences with quality robotics to foster talent and awaken scientific and technological vocations. 

Participate with your school in a fully subsidized way!

Why Siemens Gamesa?

  • The future will see a high demand for STEM professionals. 

  • At Siemens Gamesa, we want to foster interest in pursuing STEM careers among young people and promote diversity.

  • To thrive, the communities where we work need quality

What it includes:

Contents adapted to the curriculum

Resources for the classroom

Professional developement for teachers


What program suits your center?

2 programs for two age groups

Siemens Gamesa STEM - Explore

For students between 6 and 9 years old

Class-pack equipment with LEGO Education WeDo 2.0 resources:

  • LEGO Education WeDo 2.0 Kit

  • Challenge Set

  • Team Manual

  • Engineering book

  • Digital content platform

  • Content aligned to the curriculum and the Next Generation Science Standards

  • Tournament in the school with families (optional)

  • Timeframe: half-year. Resources are shared among class groups.

  • Assistance and support throughout the year

Siemens Gamesa STEM - Challenge

For students between 10 and 16 years old

Class-pack equipment with LEGO Education SPIKE PRIME resources:

  • LEGO Education SPIKE PRIME Kit

  • Challenge Set

  • Equipment Manual

  • Digital content platform

  • Content aligned to the curriculum and to Next Generation Science Stan dards

  • Digital tournament registration

  • Timeframe: annual

  • Assistance and support throughout the year

* Optionally, teams that wish to participate in the on-site tournaments can do it.

Rules of participation

To participate, the following requirements must be met:

  • The program is aimed at schools in Hull and Newcastle upon Tyne.

  • Participate with a minimum of 75 students. 

  • Fill in the application form.

  • Appoint a program coordinator within the school to follow up (can be a teacher, school coordinator or the tutor of the participating group).

  • Choose a teacher for each class participating in the program. 

  • 3 computers available to install the software of the robots. 

  • Sign the participation commitment once the school selection has been confirmed.

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