Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths What is STEM? While originally designed to encourage students to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and maths, STEM education has evolved into a unique approach to teaching and learning that fosters creativity and innovative thinking in all students. How is STEM different from a traditional approach to education? STEM education is a direct response to the realisation that our future will be built on its capacity for innovation, invention and creative problem solving. STEM education produces exactly the kind of thinkers, innovators and problem solvers our world demands. It is why industry and business are keen to support STEM education as it answers their call for skills development. STEM in Norfolk STEM in Norfolk is continually being reviewed and improved and is based at the Kinesis Centre in the Norwich City Football Club Stadium. STEM offers a wide range of services for schools, teachers, and the wider community to get involved with and improve students learning experiences and aspirations in life.