Weekly STEM Term Classes for Kids ages 7-10
Designed to introduce kids to the synergies between the disciplines of science and code, Scratch Explorers connects the dots between real-world problem-solving and basic STEM knowledge (aligned with Singapore’s MOE curriculum) through project-based learning.
Sounds interdisciplinary and ambitious? Well that’s right! In a learning environment that encourages creativity, self-directedness and emphasises application, our goal is to inspire kids to learn with purpose within and beyond the classroom.
Inspiring and equipping kids to create with technology, starting from Scratch.
Each term-time session spans 8 weeks, totalling 16 hours of class time. New intakes every quarter.
Scratch Explorers 1
Explore the world through the lens of the Earth and Life Sciences and dip your toes into the world of coding as you build projects inspired by what you’ve learned, on Scratch!
Scratch Explorers 3
Scratch Explorers 4
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Scratch Explorers: STEM in the world is a progressive, year-long program consisting 4 modules, each comprising 8 weekly classes of 2 hours. While kids are recommended to complete modules in sequence, we understand that interest comes and goes and schedules change; students who sign up for one module are not required to sign up for subsequent ones.
Each session has been designed to be progressive, therefore it’s ideal that students should complete Module 1 before moving on to Module 2. If you’re interested in signing up for a module that is currently unavailable, please write to us about starting a class.
We’ll provide all equipment and materials, but you may want to bring a jacket and light snacks in case he/she gets hungry.
If you’re interested in taking part in Scratch Explorers: STEM in the World online, please shoot us an email.
Scratch was designed for 7-10 year olds but is used by people of all ages.
Sadly, having a 6 year old in the same class as a 10 year old may not result in the best learning environment for the younger student.
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