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Primary School

17 February 2019

STEAM learning is project-based and cross- curricular, with an emphasis on problem-solving and team work. Not only is STEAM a model for education, but it’s also a way of approaching life. During the STEAM ECA the children must apply their own knowledge and develop key life skills including communication, collaboration, problem solving, critical thinking and resilience. Each week the children are given a challenge to complete. We have built erupting volcanos, created tie dye cloths and build our own 3D shapes. The STEAM ECA is a fun interactive club allowing the children to challenge themselves and think outside the box.

This year we have been running a STEAM ECA for Year 1. The children have been excited to explore a new way of learning and apply their knowledge through a range of hands on projects. Many of the children have enjoyed the fact that they can follow their own interests; “it’s my ideas and I can do what I want to do”. They have particularly liked the challenges outside using the building materials to create bridges, ball tracks and towers. The children have been very proud of their work so far and developed their team work, communication and engineering skills!