Providing opportunities to engage in makerspaces in community centres can engage children who might otherwise be marginalised in the STEM subjects, but this is an area which is becoming increasingly important for the future.

Given the wide range of groups that normally use community centres, it may not be possible to set up a permanent makerspace. 

However, if space is limited, or shared with other groups, then pop-up makerspaces can be offered.

Our pop-up mobile makerspace can bring maker activities to your education setting, museum, library or community space.


These resources were developed as part of our previous project on making, MakEY.

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