Inspiring young minds. Building better futures.
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.
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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Feb 20: At STEAMLab, we’re working hard to reach kids from poorer backgrounds with our STEM workshops and classes because we believe that introducing them to STEM can help break the cycle of poverty and give them the chance to have a better life.
Feb 13: This month, we’re celebrating Valentine’s Day. Here at STEAMLab, we think that every day should include some fun and learning, and Valentine’s Day is no exception! In this blog, we’re going to share some interesting facts about Valentine’s Day and show you how to make a Lego Valentine’s Heart Necklace that you can gift to the Lego lover in your life.
Feb 6: STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths, which are subjects that don’t tend to inspire enthusiasm among children, especially girls. But STEM is far from boring and new disciplines are becoming more popular all of the time. In this blog, we’re going to look at video game design and how kids can learn valuable STEM skills from it, all while having fun!
Jan 31: We know that kids learn much more when learning feels like fun. Animation is fast becoming a popular way to make learning more engaging and enjoyable. Here’s how animation can make learning fun.