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Curiosity Hub: Robotics, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths Workshops

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Curiosity Hub provides engaging in-school STEM/STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths) enrichment workshops for all Key Stages, complementing the National Curriculum in Science, Computing/Computer Science, Maths and Design & Technology. Perfect for STEM Days!

We also offer teacher CPD and customised cross-curricular training sessions to help educators and schools get the most out of their computing software and technology.  We can provide teachers with activity ideas, instructions and guides to enhance science, technology and computing classroom experiences.

Our workshops allow students to get ‘hands-on’ with engineering design challenges and explore cutting-edge technology in an interactive learning experience. Engaging STEAM activities emphasise teamwork, problem solving and creativity while also providing links to other subjects including arts, literacy and humanities.

We can advise you on the most suitable activities for your class size, year group, previous experience and school schedule, and will work with you to find a day and time that suits everyone.

We provide all the necessary equipment and software along with instruction. Workshops may be combined with STEAM-related careers talks by Curiosity Hub leaders, who enjoy sharing their professional paths and industry insights.

View all our current Workshop Themes at thecuriosityhub.com, including:

  • Explore Robotics with Lego Education WeDo (can also link with Scratch)
  • Explore Robotics with Lego Education Mindstorms EV3
  • Introduction to Programming with Minecraft EDU
  • Create your own Stop-motion Animation Movies
  • Build Big: Rockets & Catapults, Tower & Bridges, Wonders of Light, Electric Circuit Art
  • Chocolate Laboratory
  • Discover DNA
  • Create your own Digital Music with Sonic Pi
  • Create your own Computer Games with Scratch or GameMaker Studio
  • Create your own Website with HTML
  • Mobile App Design with POP
  • Custom-themed workshops incorporating your own equipment (e.g. Makey Makeys, Arduino, etc.)

We are strongly committed to supporting initiatives that advocate for under-represented communities in STEAM, particularly girls and women, and we work hard to make our workshops welcoming and inclusive to all students including those with special educational needs.

Please email us at contact@thecuriosityhub.com to request a brochure and check availability.

Subjects: Computer science, Mathematics, Art, Engineering, Design and Technology, Chemistry, General Science, Physics, Biology

Running time: < 1hr, 1 day, 1-4hrs, 1 day to 1 week, 4-8 hrs

Ages 5-7yrs old, 7-11yrs old, 11-14yrs old, 14-16yrs old, 16-19yrs old

Cost: Please email us at contact@thecuriosityhub.com to request a brochure and we would be happy to prepare a customised proposal for your school’s particular needs and interests. Our prices include workshop tuition time from Curiosity Hub leaders, use of Curiosity Hub materials (including laptop computers, software licences and other equipment appropriate to workshop theme e.g. robotics kits) and set-up/clean-up time. Prices do not include travel or facility hire. Workshop duration and maximum number of students depends upon a number of factors including workshop theme, student ages and your school schedule. Average prices are around £180 for a 2 hour session or £240 for a 3-hour session. Shorter workshops, lasting 1 or 1.5 hour each, are available if you are planning multiple sessions for different classes or year groups.

Note: Costs vary depending on location of school

To book Curiosity Hub: Robotics, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths Workshops contact:
Curiosity Hub
n/a, Brighton, n/a

Phone: n/a
Email: contact@thecuriosityhub.com
Website: thecuriosityhub.com/schools.html

One Review

  1. Hamworth Pak Junior
    Posted January 19, 2015

    A fantastic, engaging activity which interested both boys and girls. The children were amazed at their creations and had a real sense of pride when they programmed their Lego.The activity really promotes collabrotive work whilst inspiring children to apply their Maths knowledge.

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