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Starting a club is easy to do and hugely rewarding

There are now more than 30,000 budding scientists and engineers in our network across Scotland, and we’re pleased you’d like to help us grow our network even further.

All of our clubs are fully supported by YESC – we’ll help you get your club up and running, access start-up grants, provide resource kits, and offer advice and assistance along the way.

Involvement in clubs is also a great way for teachers to enhance their skills, whilst regular events and competitions provide networking opportunities and encourage sharing of best practice. 

Children’s University Partnership 


Young Engineers and Science Clubs Scotland is a validated learning destination partner with Children’s University. Young people aged 5 to 14 can record the time spent taking part in activities with any Young Engineers Club, Science Club or STEM Club during lunch time or after school in their Passport to Learning. Find your local Children’s University and information about how to get involved on the website: www.childrensuniversity.co.uk

Ready to get started? 

Follow these five short steps and 

click here to download our new guide to getting your new club up and running:


“Without SCDI and the resources provided we would really struggle to organise a worthwhile STEM Club” 

Teacher, Portlethen Academy, Aberdeenshire

“This is a great way to develop pupils outside the normal classroom setting. Letting them take control and make mistakes and correct them is fantastic” 

Teacher, Millburn Academy, Highland

“The resources are vital for those of us running clubs without engineering backgrounds” 

Teacher, Sgoil Bhreascleit, Western Isles