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STEM

School for know-it-all

Behind the abbreviation

the following scientific disciplines are hidden: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths.

Accordingly, STEM education actually represents an interdisciplinary approach to education that removes traditional barriers between science, technology, engineering, and mathematics by integrating them into real and relevant learning experiences for students.

Such an approach to teaching

is practiced by our lecturers at the STEM School for Omniscientists in order to expose children to the most modern and fun education, completely different from what they are used to in ordinary schools.

In addition to the way of learning, the classrooms are also different—in addition to being technologically equipped, our STEM classrooms are colorful, cheerful, and designed to encourage creativity.

The participants of the STEM Academy are curious

problem solvers, familiar with the basics of scientific research, who possess technological and digital competences and are social and real team players.

Students from a total of 54 schools will be able to follow the program of our School for Know-It-Alls, and STEM workshops will be organized for at least 100 students.

There are four levels to choose from.

Inventors

Many of us, watching "Myth Busters" (Myth Busters), wished that one day they would do science like the two red-haired guys. If innovating only through the TV screen managed to attract us to that extent, imagine how much your little one will love STEM considering that the fun experiments at the first level of the School for Know-it-alls will be his daily routine.

Developers

This is where things get serious—on the second level of the School for Know-It-Alls, we hang out with one of the most famous programming languages in the world, JavaScript, as well as one of the most famous video game heroes, Super Mario. And with the Arduino board, we master the light control-now you see me, now you don't.

Robot Makers

Yes, at the third level of the School for Know-It-Alls, as the name suggests, we really do make robots-and we absolutely understand if you envy us. But the good news is that your child can tell you firsthand how it's done. On top of that, we will also teach them to give simple commands to the robot.

Researchers

Fluid mechanics, electromagnetism, and thermodynamics sound like physics lessons. But these dry themes get a fun twist in the SCU. The fact that we successfully made the material interesting for the kids shows that we never heard them say "How boring!" in class. Probably because the fourth level of the School for All-Knowers, like the first three, is absolutely not boring. On the contrary...

See for yourself how useful and interesting STEM school can be for your child!

Apply before places are filled

Inventors

Prerequisites:
Age III, IV, V, and VI grades of primary school
An overview of course topics

Developers

Prerequisites:
Age VIII and IX grade of primary school are required.
An overview of course topics

Robot Makers

Prerequisites:
Ages VII, VIII and IX grade of primary school.
An overview of course topics

Researchers

Prerequisites:
Age VII and 8th grade of elementary school.
An overview of course topics

Expand your
children's horizons!

Enroll them in our STEM education today.

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