What We Stand For
STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Instead of teaching these areas separately, the curriculum is a interdisciplinary learning journey, to better equip learners for future challenges. The program is ideal for kids to forge their passion and become life long learners.
We are Unmatched in science enrichment, our Engineering for Kids® program imported from USA, encourages student to explore the world around them and to further pursue their interest in science. Motivation is key for our targeted learners, and an enjoyable learning experience will be the perfect catalyst for them to realise their full potential.
STEM for all
We designed coding/robotics/smart city STEM curriculum for kids from 4 to 14 delivered via online, offline and video learning mode. All approaches aim to motivate kids through inquiry based learning to arouse kids’ curiosity to design and resolve problems. Curriculum ranges from Python, Apps Inventor, Scratch, Minecraft and Roblox to LEGO/VEX Robotics to basic scientific concepts applying in Smart City context.
We partner with Engineering for Kids in some of our curriculum. All of our curriculum meets U.S. national standards in STEM: Science(NSES), Technology & Engineering (ITEEA), and Mathematics (NCTM). Therefore, we pride ourselves on continuously ensuring our programs adhere to current issues, meet strict safety requirements, and encourage students to think creatively. So you can rest assured we will provide your children with challenging, engaging, and relevant projects designed to enhance their future learning.
What Parents are Saying
“Never thought STEM can apply to games. I was actually frustrated with my kid being addicted on playing video game for a long time. Surprisingly he told me that he literally learnt how to change the content of his game through coding. TBH I have no idea what coding is at the beginning and now I think I have a new point of view of the word coding.”
“The instructor is very serious to teach and understand the kids’ needs. Whenever the kids have some problems, the instructor will explain them patiently. The class is interesting and the instructor is serious.”
“Apart from playing games, the children learned STEM skills. It seems that my child participated in 3D printing. He designed and made a house by himself, so amazing!????”