PREPARE FOR FUTURE
What will kids learn?
Development of project thinking
Each of us at least once asked why schools solve so many problems that will never be useful in life. Creating projects allows the child to see how you can apply this knowledge to implement their own ideas.
Learning coding and robotics
Programming and robotics is the most sought-after profession of the 21st century. Even if the child chooses a different career path in the future, any employer will appreciate the knowledge in this area.
The development of algorithmic thinking and logic
These are universal skills that the school curriculum pays little attention to. But they will allow the child to study any subject; they will help both physicists and lyricists to achieve success in any profession.
16 years top management experience,
have son and daughter
head of "MAKER"
Our kids are different from us - they are the ‘digital’ generation. They have almost immediate access to any information they need, and they can apply that information just as fast. Education is transforming too. Generation Z (kids who are currently from 5 to 16 years old) no longer need to study from books. They act differently - when they have a problem, they try to solve it practically, and will only go back to theoretical knowledge if they get stuck. This approach saves time and gives them a huge competitive advantage. And to be able to solve a problem creatively - to think ‘outside the box’ - is a game-changing skill for their future lives.
This is the main reason why educators across the world are starting to open ‘makerspaces’, places that provide the tools and environment to inspire young makers to create.
We’ve opened MAKER for our kids, to give them the skills they’ll need in their future lives, to give them cutting-edge tools and equipment and the support of experienced mentors. We are confident this will help them to push their boundaries when creating and inventing.
Worked in Singapore Polytechnic, 17 years of experience - taught Engineering Maths, Pascal and C++ Programming, Statistics.
Lecturer in Temasek Polytechnic - 3 years experience - taught Statistics and Engineering Maths to engineering and food science students.
Trained future trainers for Lego Wedo and EV3 coding and construction sets. Experienced in Microbit, Scratch 2.0 and Scratch Jr.
Courses by Age
This pass allows you to visit any 4 weekend maker sessions of your choice. Using our Maker Pass you can join us on our 2-hour morning or evening Maker Club sessions, and choose from up to 10 different projects each time.
We have 2 Maker Club sessions every Sunday for kids from ages 6 to 10.