Our STEAM curriculum are educational programs that integrate Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics into a multidisciplinary learning experience. These programs encourage creativity, critical thinking, problem-solving, and innovation by combining STEM subjects with arts and design elements.
We are a team of passionate educators, scientists, engineers, doctors and innovators dedicated to inspiring and empowering young minds. We believe that every child has the potential to become a future leader in science, technology and business, engineering, medicine and mathematics.
Our STEAM and leadership programs are designed for children between the ages of 5 and 18. However, the specific age range can vary depending on the program. Some programs may have separate age groups or levels to cater to different developmental stages and interests.
In STEAM classes and workshops, children can expect to learn a wide range of topics and skills that encompass Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. They may engage in activities such as robotics, coding, art and design projects, hands-on experiments, and creative problem-solving challenges. These activities aim to engage students in hands-on learning experiences.
The duration of STEAM classes and workshops can vary depending on the program. Typically, workshops may run for one or two hours, while some enrichment classes can be one session (1-1.5 hrs) per week for a semester. The length of the program is often determined by the depth and complexity of the subject matter being taught.
No, STEAM classes and workshops are offered throughout the year, including during school breaks and summer vacations. We will be introducing seasonal program to accommodate different schedules and availability soon.
Most STEAM classes and workshops do not require any specific prerequisites or prior knowledge. They are designed to be inclusive and suitable for children with varying levels of experience and knowledge.
Ensuring the safety and well-being of children participating in our in-person programs is our top priority. We strictly adhere to a set of safety guidelines to provide a secure environment for all participants. Here are some key aspects of our in-person safety guidelines:
For COVID: We follow provincial and federal guidelines to stop the spread of the virus.
Sanitation and Hygiene: We maintain a rigorous sanitation routine to keep our class clean and hygienic. This includes regular disinfection of shared surfaces, materials, and frequently touched areas. We encourage frequent handwashing for both staff and participants.
Face Coverings: Face mask is no longer required in accordance with local health guidelines and recommendations however if you prefer to wear a mask, please feel free to use it at anytime.
If a student or our staff feel unwell, we recommend staying home.
Food and Snack: We encourage everyone to bring their own nut free snack, food and water bottle.
Allergies and Dietary Restrictions: We recognize the importance of accommodating children with allergies or dietary restrictions. Please inform us in advance about any allergies or dietary restrictions your child has. We will work with you to ensure appropriate alternatives are available or make necessary adjustments to activities involving food.
No Sharing Policy: To prevent the spread of allergies and maintain safety, we have a strict no sharing policy when it comes to food. Children should only consume the snacks provided by their parents or guardians.