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Our STEM Club takes us on an amazing journey through Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. Our STEM Club is a hands-on approach to teaching children how things work. If you have ever got an endless stream of “how“ questions  - our STEM Club is here to answer them.

The STEM Club runs on Thursdays between 3:15 and 4:15.


Week 1: Rube Goldberg - Chain reaction

Children's Rube Goldberg Machines

AW Rube Goldberg STEM

This is AW's video Rube Goldberg Machine

HS Rube Goldberg Machine

Do you want a Cream Egg? HS's machine will help!

Week 2: Mary Sherman Morgan: Balloon Rockets

Children's Balloon Rockets

Week 3:Marie Curie- Things that cannot be seen

Week 4: Leonardo da Vinci: Flight

Leonardo da Vinci's Flying Machines

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The children planning and making their flying machines

Isambard Kingdom Brunel - Floating

Emily Roebling - Bridges

Gustave Eiffel - Towers

Stephanie Kwolek - Egg protector (Kevlar)

How to Make a Lego Maze

Crafting expert and renowned event planner Sophie Maletsky has devised another simple, STEM based, challenge for you

On Thursday 19th May, the STEM Club hosted their very first STEM Fair and invited their parents to come along and see what projects they had been up to at home. The results were amazing and the children worked so hard at home on their projects. 

Well done everyone!

Cloud Making

Lucy tells us and shows us how clouds are made

Tom's Science Experiment

Why does Coke explode with some sweets?