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Inspiring young minds. Building better futures.

 

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Inspiring young minds. Building better futures.

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About us

STEAM Lab is a social enterprise that runs classes and workshops aimed at teaching kids about science, technology, engineering, art, maths and mindfulness-all while having fun!

We believe that every child deserves the chance to reach their potential and have a brighter future, whatever their background.

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For schools

We want to turn every child into a curious, life-long learner, and our classes and workshops bring what they learn in the classroom to life.

Our sessions introduce the basic concepts of science, engineering, architecture, and maths, and help develop communication, teamwork, creative thinking and problem-solving skills that will stay with them for life.

We also offer mindfulness sessions and can work with schools to help with additional learning and/or emotional support for pupils.

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Our blog

How to Reduce Your Child’s Anxieties About Going Back to School

How to Reduce Your Child’s Anxieties About Going Back to School

Aug 12: Now that schools are starting to reopen again after months of being closed, many kids will have mixed feelings about going back. They will be really looking forward to seeing their friends again, but they might also be anxious about stepping outside of the safety and predictability of home. Here’s how to reduce your child’s anxieties about going back to school.

Helping Kids to Stay Positive and Look Forward to the Future

Helping Kids to Stay Positive and Look Forward to the Future

Aug 4: We all need things to look forward to, and during this pandemic, it has been hard to think about a time when life will be fun and enjoyable again. We’ve had to cancel holidays, weddings, and birthday parties, and we haven’t been able to do our usual activities much, if at all. This has affected kids as much as it has affected us, if not more. They’ve not been able to see school friends or family, and they’ve had to deal with the disappointment and boredom that the lockdown has brought with it. But it is possible, even in these difficult and weird times, to be positive and look forward to the future. Here’s how.

Learning Tips for Different Learning Styles

Learning Tips for Different Learning Styles

Aug 4: Whether kids are learning online or face-to-face, the most important thing is helping them to learn in a way that suits them. In our last blog, we looked at why some kids struggle with traditional education, not because there’s something wrong with them, but because they just prefer to learn in a different way.

What to Do if Your Child is Struggling in School

What to Do if Your Child is Struggling in School

Jul 14: Does your child struggle with maths and English? You know they are bright and inquisitive, so why do they find school such a struggle? There’s nothing ‘wrong’ with them, they might just not be learning in a way that works for them. Every child learns in a different way, and all they need is some help to find their very own genius. Here’s what to do if your child is struggling in school.

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