Steam School

Rocket Fuel to Boost your STEAM Curriculum

Rocket Fuel to Boost your STEAM Curriculum

Steam School connects students with inspirational science and tech innovators via our weekly live broadcasts.

This is more than just a video broadcast – every week, we ask our guests YOUR questions, live on camera. We know that the best way to get young people excited about STEAM is to get them involved.

That’s why your Steam School subscription gives your young people the opportunity to get stuck in to micro-challenges – that boost learning and develop critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity skills.

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Our Values

STEAM is an education model representing five different curriculum areas, Science, Technology, Entrepreneurship (engineering is more commonly used), Art and Maths. The model advocates a holistic ‘real world’ learning approach enabling students to develop the ‘4 Cs’ of 21st century learning; creativity, critical thinking, communication and collaboration skills. 

So why did we chose entrepreneurship to represent the ‘e’ in STEAM? Embracing entrepreneurial skills is key to approaching problems with a growth mindset, ready to find solutions, overcome challenges and to develop resiliency, flexibility and collaborative skills.

There is much debate about the future of work and how we should best prepare young people to thrive in world where tech innovation is rapid and disrupting not only how we work but how we live.

Here at Steam School we embrace everything ‘the future’ has to offer young people. We very much believe that ‘the future’ is already here, with tech giants and innovative start ups offering fantastic opportunities for young people to develop their skills and create portfolio careers.

Our work with these companies illustrates that young people who can articulate their passions, demonstrate global values, and a growth mindset with ability to stay ahead of the innovation curve are in huge demand.

Steam School help educators to prepare their students for these very aspirational careers.

Steam School aims to empower young people to equip themselves with the appropriate skills, aspirations and values to take on global challenges using tech as an enabler for positive change and social good.

Collectively, our members form a pioneering global community of industry innovators, educators and students who are ready to embrace the future.

Steam School guests are at the forefront of tech and scientific innovation, providing inspirational and aspirational role models for your students from across the globe.

We convene once a week for #talktechthursdays. Some schools will join us on the live broadcast, others will watch the replay at their convenience. Regardless, students across our schools will learn from global innovators, talk tech and take on the weekly mini challenge.

Our Values

STEAM is an education model representing five different curriculum areas, Science, Technology, Entrepreneurship (engineering is more commonly used), Art and Maths. The model is an evolution of STEM education and is viewed by educators across the globe as the most appropriate way to equip students with 21st Century skills. Rather that view the five subject areas in isolation the model advocates a holistic project based learning approach which allows students to develop their creativity, problem solving and critical thinking skills.

So why did we chose entrepreneurship to represent the ‘e’ in STEAM? Embracing entrepreneurial skills is key to approaching problems with a growth mindset, ready to find solutions, overcome challenges and to develop resiliency, flexibility and collaborative skills.

There is much debate about the future of work and how we should best prepare young people to thrive in world where tech innovation is rapid and disrupting not only how we work but how we live.

Here at Steam School we embrace everything ‘the future’ has to offer young people. We very much believe that ‘the future’ is already here, with tech giants and innovative start ups offering fantastic opportunities for young people to develop their skills and create portfolio careers.

Our work with these companies illustrates that young people who can articulate their passions, demonstrate global values, and a growth mindset with ability to stay ahead of the innovation curve are in huge demand.

Steam School help educators to prepare their students for these very aspirational careers.

Steam School aims to empower young people to equip themselves with the appropriate skills, aspirations and values to take on global challenges using tech as an enabler for positive change and social good.

Collectively, our members form a pioneering global community of industry innovators, educators and students who are ready to embrace the future.

Steam School guests are at the forefront of tech and scientific innovation, providing inspirational and aspirational role models for your students from across the globe.

We convene once a week for #talktechthursdays. Some schools will join us on the live broadcast, others will watch the replay at their convenience. Regardless, students across our schools will learn from global innovators, talk tech and take on the weekly mini challenge.

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How can I use Steam School?

There are loads of ways you can use Steam School to light a fire under your STEAM curriculum. Here are some examples from our subscribers:

Lunchtime Clubs

After-School Club

STEAM Lessons

Careers Lessons

Form Time

Teacher CPD

Parental Engagement Workshops

School Display Screens

Assemblies

Homework

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