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The first ever Primary STEAM week at BVIS Hanoi

Our first ever Primary STEAM week was a huge success. Our staff really showed off their talents by creating amazing opportunities for our students to take part in cross-curricular learning activities related to Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths (STEAM). The students were so excited about the learning that was taking place!

STEAM festival Primary 1

For the optional homework project, we saw some outstanding projects arrive at school. They exceeded all of our expectations and were celebrated in our STEAM Fair on the Friday of that week. As well as the homework, each year group showcased the learning that had been taking place in class during the week, and specialist teachers throughout the day put on extra STEAM activities for our students to take part in.

During assembly, we had special guests with Ms. Francesca Thompson, Head of Secondary Science, performing a ‘science show’ with some of the Secondary students, as well as a robot show by a local STEAM education company, TEKY. It was fantastic to see such an impressive celebration of the students’ learning. The children who were running the stalls did a wonderful job. 

steem week

One of the key elements of STEAM education is that it is interdisciplinary. In real life, it is very rare that we solve a problem using only one subject area. Almost all of the time, we use a combination of knowledge and understanding from a range of different subject areas, as well as a range of different skills. These skills could be practical skills such as coding, or building circuits using electric wiring, but in STEAM activities our students also practice their ‘soft’ skills: cooperation, communication, perseverance, adaptability and much more. 

It is the combination of these different elements of STEAM which make such wonderful learning experiences possible and as a result we are seeing wonderful progress in our children’s problem-solving skills.

STEAM festival primary 2