About me…

I’m Emily Hunt, I’m a primary school teacher and I’ll put my hands up and say that I went into teaching disliking STEM subjects. I’d always felt disengaged with maths and science throughout my own education and at times I couldn’t help but wonder ‘what’s the point in learning about this? How is this ever going to be useful to me?’ I just couldn’t see how what I was learning in school was ever going to help me in life.

One positive that came from this was the motivation to make children’s learning relevant to their own lives and to give it a real-world purpose. Suddenly I began to find I was enjoying teaching these subjects more than I ever imagined!

It was when I became science subject lead and was asked to organise the annual science week that my passion for STEM education took off. I wanted to make the week as exciting and relevant to the futures of the children in our school as possible. So for the first time we held a STEM week, inviting in STEM professionals and filling it with projects based on real-world learning.

In organising this, I came to realise that there was very little on the internet focused on primary STEM education. This led me to build this website and, in time, to write my book ’15-Minute STEM’.

I’d love to hear from you…

If you’d like to get in touch then drop me a line at how2stem@gmail.com. I’m always happy to give advice or share my insights about all things STEM education. In particular, please contact me if you’re interested in the following:

  • Advice, activity ideas or resources
  • Newspaper or magazine articles
  • Talks or workshops
  • School INSETS or CPD sessions

Click on the images below to see some of my recent media articles and events.

TES (Sept 2018)
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Headteacher Update (Jan 2019)
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Teach Primary Magazine (March 2019)
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Teach Primary Magazine (June 2019)
Festival of Education talk (June 2019)