Today’s trailblazers are communicators who design, build, experiment, and pioneer ideas.
There has been a lot of talk about STEM subjects, (that’s science, technology, engineering, and mathematics), and how important they are for today’s children. With technology changing every aspect of our culture, encouraging children's interest in STEM skills not only opens up more opportunities for them in later life, but also plays an essential role in the future economy, jobs, and to all our lives.
STEM became STEAM
Art has now been added to the famous acronym and you're probably wondering why. In essence, practicing art opens up children's curiosity and creativity. Many of our activities include art in one form or another. As children embark on exercises, art is a great way for them to plan and reflect on activities. From creating a personal vision to illustrating group projects, we pride ourselves on encouraging children to explore their artistic talents.
Today’s innovators are creative, working collaboratively in open workspaces, sharing ideas globally with other thinkers, and combining their STEM skills with STEAM talents. Today’s Tech workers aren’t just software engineers or coders. They’re design-thinkers and we ensure that during our summer camps children explore science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics.
We regularly visit discovery centres where children can gain hands on experience.
“It surprises me how disinterested
we are today about things like physics, space,
the universe and philosophy of our existence,
our purpose, our final destination.
It's a crazy world out there.
SUMMER SUCCESS CAMPS
We're now taking reservations for our Summer Camps 2019.
This year, with an additional two days, our Summer Success Camps come all inclusive at £650 per child.
Here's how you can save £130 or more
With our early-bird offer, you pay £585 per child, that's a saving of £65.
Take advantage of our friend & sibling discounts and you pay just £520 per child,
that's an additional discount of £65 per child
(valid on all registrations of two or more children)
From 4-11 August at the prestigious Lancaster Royal Grammar school, in Lancaster (Lancashire County)
Lancaster Royal Grammar School provides state-of-the-art facilities, with a choice of a dormitory and single en-suite rooms. Situated in the historic city of Lancaster, LRGS is close to the Lake District and Morecambe Bay and within easy reach of the M6 motorway. The main building's foundation stone was laid in 1851 by Rt Revd James Prince Lee, the Bishop of Manchester and Queen Victoria granted the title "Royal" in the same year.
From 11-18 August at Woodhouse Grove School in Apperley Bridge (West Yorkshire County)
Located in a 70-acre rural site, Woodhouse Grove School is surrounded by woods in Yorkshire's Aire Valley. With endless fields, tennis courts, a theatre, seminar rooms, a large sports hall and a super indoor pool, children have a multitude of ways to have fun. The school offers well-appointed shared bedrooms (two to four beds) and relaxing common rooms equipped with TV and DVD.