We are delighted to inform you that we are bringing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) clubs to your child’s school. STEM clubs are a fantastic way to engage and excite your child about Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.
We will be running STEM clubs on a Thursday after school, starting on Thursday 10th January for 6 weeks, and these will be open to children in Year 3, 4, 5 and Year 6. For further information please visit: www.thestemworkshop.co.uk.
The STEM Workshops work closely with schools to develop exciting projects to get children enthused and excited about STEM. The founder of The STEM Workshop and leader of the club, Mrs Leanne Mee, has worked in education for over 16 years, both leading and teaching STEM and passionate about ensuring that all children are exposed to a quality STEM education.
STEM clubs offer a very hands-on approach, enabling children to explore and experiment. Each week they will be involved in designing and making a range of different products, giving them ideas to explore further at home if they wish.
The theme of the first STEM clubs will be ‘automotive’, so they will be exploring and making various vehicles using a range of different materials and techniques. The clubs are guaranteed to build your child’s confidence in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths and allow them to have fun whilst still learning.
Mrs Mee led a fantastic assembly last week and many of the children were very interested in attending the club. There are 20 places available and the total cost for the club is £24, which has been subsided by the school. If you are interested in booking a place for your child, it is first come first served. Please hand the permission slip and payment into the office directly.
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