Science notes - Marketing and extending your STEM club
Issue 347 | Page 19 | Published Dec 2012
STEM clubs are often just one, or more, of many extracurricular activities on offer in schools. They thus need to be attractive or many pupils may'vote with their feet' and not participate. Clubs that thrive and are popular are not only testimony to the imagination and energy of the staff supporting them but are generally well marketed to reach their desired audience.
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