A Detailed Exploration of Our STEAM Curriculum
Science at our academy is all about interactive learning. Children embark on a journey of discovery, exploring the human body's basic components in anatomy. They get introduced to the world of plants in biology and witness exciting experiments like the eruption of a mini volcano in chemistry. Our astronomy lessons bring the vastness of space closer, teaching them about stars, planets, the sun, and the moon. Furthermore, they delve into the beauty of nature and the mysteries of marine life in our sessions on natural sciences and oceanography.
In the digital age, we ensure our students are well-equipped with essential tech skills. They take their first steps into coding in our own computer lab, executing simple commands that bring characters to life on Chromebooks. These devices, primarily touch screen-based, help enhance their digital literacy, introducing them to basic applications.
Engineering at our academy is all about hands-on exploration. Children grasp the basics of engineering through activities like crafting bridges with craft sticks, observing balloon rockets' dynamics, and engaging in simple architectural tasks. They use blocks to mimic real-world structures, giving them an entry-level experience of working with blueprints.
Arts & Crafts
Our arts module seamlessly integrates creativity with STEM concepts. Children experiment with food coloring mixtures, engage in sensory play with shaving cream, and learn about colors through plants. Activities like creating rainbows with skittles not only foster creativity but also instill a deeper understanding of the science behind everyday phenomena.
Mathematics at our academy goes beyond numbers. It's about understanding logic's language. Starting with foundational concepts like sorting and counting, children progress to more advanced activities. They experiment with weight and floatation, understand dice rolling dynamics, and engage in basic arithmetic. Through interactive sessions, math becomes a subject of intrigue rather than intimidation.