The renewed focused on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) begs the question: if STEM is becoming important in schools, shouldn’t we do more to educate our children about them at home?
At STEMmates, we want to give kids the best chance at success in their STEM education. This is why our classes are split into smaller groups of no more than twelve students each.
We believe education doesn’t stop at school. We want to support a child’s education and encourage them to engage with fundamental STEM concepts outside the school setting.
We offer interactive learning sessions aimed at helping kids build and develop fundamental STEM skills.