Partnerships in education have the ability to open up learning experiences for our students that might have previously seemed inconceivable on our own. Although STEM Education is not a new concept, for many teachers, it may be a new approach to teaching and learning. This could have the potential to leave teachers feeling isolated or out of their depth, especially if they’re expected to teach in areas outside of their own specialisation. If teachers and leaders are made aware of the opportunities to be able to link with those that can support them on this journey, it may be a step in the right direction towards better opportunities in STEM Education for their students. This talk will address the types of partnerships available in STEM Education and the notion that many of these are easier to initiate than we may think.