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STEM-based education focuses on hands-on learning with real-world applications which helps develop a variety of skill sets including problem solving, critical thinking, creativity, curiosity, decision making, leadership, entrepreneurship, acceptance of failure and more. Regardless of the future career path considered by children, these skill sets go a long way to preparing them to be innovative. The ability to think critically and challenge standards is the basis of innovation. Preparing today’s children to become the innovators and inventors of tomorrow begins with STEM education programs.


Our programs provides opportunities to take traditional learning and pivot it to prioritize the hands-on experience and real-world application necessary for developing an innovative mind. Our mission is to trigger the imagination, curiosity and the inner creative genius of children everywhere. We do this by providing them with an array of fun, interactive and educational activities that spark up their creative genius and give them a clearer understanding of global trends in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics and generally how the world around them works.

Our Programs 

Einstein (Age 3-4)


In each class, we cover a new scientific concept typically drawn from the fields of everyday things that young children can relate to.


A few of the different topics being covered in this term are:


  • Light and colors

  • Shapes and how they are important in structure building

  • Growth: The changes it causes in both plants and animals

  • Water cycle and its importance in sustaining life on earth.


Newton (Age 5-7) 


Our budding scientists will be exploring a series of science concepts in highly engaging hands-on activities.


The different topics being covered in this term are:


  • Planetary Science

  • Concept of volcano and Earth Forms

  • How to harness heat into other forms of energy

  • Rocket Science

  • Magnetic Magic

  • Chemical Reactions in a flash and a lot more 


Darwin (Age 8 - 11)


This term some of the topics being covered in our Darwin program are as follows:

  • Forensic Science which involves different techniques to solve crime scenes.

  • Junior Paleontology and everything about pre-historic life and the dinosaur age

  • Space technology

  • Germ science

  • Mechatronics

Fleming (Age 12 - 15)


This term our Fleming program has an array of exciting activities. Some of the  topics which we will be covering are :​

  • The application of the Bernoulli's principle of Air pressure

  • Robotics

  • Mechatronics

  • Chemical reactivity

  • Germ science

  • Fossil science and pre-historic life studies.

Timing and Prices

Any of programs can be taken as a single class or for the full term. 

Duration: each class is for 1 hr 30 min.

For prices and schedule please click here.

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