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Inspiring young minds. Building better futures.

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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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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How Younger Children Can Play and Learn at Home

How Younger Children Can Play and Learn at Home

May 24: The lockdown has been in place for a while now, and while at first, being off school might have seemed like a novelty, by now kids are tired of not seeing their friends and parents are rapidly running out of ideas to keep them entertained. Older children and teenagers often find it easier to keep themselves occupied without our input, but what about younger children? They learn and connect with others through play so this situation is likely to be difficult and confusing for them. So how can you keep them stimulated? Here’s how younger children can play and learn at home.

Screen-Free Activities That the Whole Family Can Enjoy

Screen-Free Activities That the Whole Family Can Enjoy

May 17: Has your child’s total screen time gone out of control since the start of the lockdown? While it’s great that they have access to technology to help with learning and to stay in contact with their friends, they need to spend time doing activities off-line too, so they can have a healthy balance. Here are some screen-free activities that the whole family can enjoy.

Why it’s Okay to Let Kids Get Bored

Why it’s Okay to Let Kids Get Bored

May 9: ‘I’m bored’ is a phrase that often strikes fear into the heart of worn out parents. In normal circumstances, kids are kept busy with school, outings on a weekend, and after school activities, but since the lockdown, schools have been closed and a lot of their usual activities haven’t been available. Parents have been juggling home schooling with trying to find ways to keep kids occupied so they don’t get bored. But is there really anything wrong with boredom? Here’s why it’s okay to let kids get bored.

Setting a Good Example for Children Online

Setting a Good Example for Children Online

May 2: We are all spending even more time online during lockdown. Many parents worry about their children being online a lot, but there are positives at a time like this. They can use online platforms to keep in touch with friends and family, play educational games, and learn. But as we know all too well, the internet can bring out the worst in some people, and while you might be concerned about what your child is getting up to online, have you considered how you conduct yourself?

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