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What We Offer

From exciting STEM incursions to our confidence-building speech and debate club, NPE has the right program for your child. 

At New Path Education, we are passionate about equipping this generation with essential skills to thrive in the future! We offer a diverse range of term-based programs, school incursions and holiday workshops for students. All our learning experiences align with the NSW Syllabus and the Australian Curriculum 

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OUR PROGRAMS

STEAM WORKSHOPS 

  • Science Experiment & Engineering Challenges  

  • 3D Design & Print  

  • Coding and Machine Learning  

  • LEGO Robotics 

CREATIVE LITERACY WORKSHOPS 

  • Public Speaking and Storytelling 

  • Debating  

How it works

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Program Delivery

Our programs are in a flexible format, adapted to suit your unique needs. Whether you're looking for an ongoing program to greatly expand your child or class' STEM skills, knowledge and enjoyment, or just a one off afternoon of educational fun, we can tailor our workshops to your needs.

We offer:

  • Our own school holiday programs

  • School holiday programs for organisations and community groups

  • Weekly or fortnightly after-school programs with schools and organisations

  • One-off customised group programs for individual parents, schools and other organisations

STEM Workshops

We offer a variety of topics and content aimed to excite every child.

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Science and Engineering Challenge

In our Science and Engineering Challenge, students are introduced to a wide range of topics and hands-on design challenges. Through an entrepreneurial mindset, students build upon their critical thinking skills, resourcefulness and creativity to define, understand and design solutions to real-world problems. The topics students investigate range from renewable energy to wearable technology, marine biology and even outer space exploration!

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LEGO Robotics

Our Junior LEGO Robotics Program challenges students to define problems, ask questions, and design their own solutions— setting them on a path to become lifelong learners. Our robotics workshops use LEGO® Education Spike Prime and Essentials robotics kits, designed to develop students’ curiosity and confidence to solve real-life problems. Block-based coding and curriculum-aligned lesson plans make STEM learning fun and accessible.

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3D Design and Print

Our learning facilitators will guide students in solving problems through design, creating an original 3D model in TinkerCAD software. This workshop aims to unleash students’ confidence, design thinking, problem-solving skills and spark interest in STEAM with the fun and easyto-use software. Students will also get to observe and learn how 3D printers work and turn their unique designs into real objects!

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Coding and Machine Learning

In our Coding and Machine Learning Program, students explore technology and artificial intelligence through blockbased languages like CoSpaces and Scratch, with options for Python. The curriculum empowers them to define problems, fostering their entrepreneurial mindset. Guided by facilitators, students develop coding proficiency and explore machine learning, creating an interactive learning environment that instills confidence and problem-solving skills.

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Creative Literacy Workshops

Our creative literacy program aims to boost children's confidence, vocabulary and public speeking and debating skills.

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Public Speaking and Storytelling

Our Storytelling and Drama program is centred around enhancing students’ articulation, public speaking skills, acting and imagination. Students will create stories, become characters and learn how to express both themselves, and their stories, clearly and passionately. These skills will support students’ ability to articulate their feelings and improve their communication skills. As they construct stories and share them with their peers, students will learn to collaboratively harness their creativity in ways they never knew before!

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Speech and Debating

We are passionate about bringing the art of debating back into schools! Debating helps develop students’ critical thinking, communication, public speaking, teamwork and more lifelong skills in a diverse world. Our dedicated team provides a series of engaging workshops to introduce students to formal debating, guiding them in speech construction, persuasive techniques, evidence collection, improvisation and effective delivery.

  • How can I book a workshop and what are the costs involved?
    To book a workshop or to get more information about pricing, please contact us at info@newpathedu.com or visit our website. We offer flexible options and can work with you to create a program that fits your schedule and budget.
  • What exactly is the Customised Group Holiday Program?
    The Customised Group Holiday Program by New Path Education is a tailored series of workshops designed to engage children in STEAM and Creative Literacy activities during school holidays. These workshops can be conducted at various venues chosen by you, including workplaces, community centres, or even as part of birthday parties.
  • Do the children need to bring any materials or equipment, and what does New Path Education provide?
    Child's Responsibilities: Generally, children do not need to bring any specific materials or equipment to our workshops. We encourage them to come prepared to learn and have fun, dressed in comfortable clothing suitable for the day's activities. Children should bring their own snacks, lunch, and water, especially for full-day workshops. Comfortable clothing suitable for the day's activities is also recommended. NPE's Provision: New Path Education provides all necessary materials and equipment required for each workshop. This includes: Educational Tools and Kits: For STEAM activities like LEGO Robotics, science experiments, and engineering challenges. Technology: Computers, tablets, or other devices needed for coding, machine learning, and 3D design activities. Creative Supplies: Any art and craft materials required for creative literacy workshops. Our goal is to make these workshops as hassle-free as possible for parents, ensuring a seamless and enriching experience for the children.
  • What are the specific requirements for the venue and room setup for hosting a workshop?
    For hosting a workshop, we require a space that is safe, accessible, and conducive to learning. The specific requirements can vary based on the selected activities. Generally, we need: Adequate Space: Enough room for children to move around comfortably, especially for activities that involve building or physical movement. Electrical Outlets: For workshops involving technology such as 3D printing, coding, or LEGO Robotics. Tables and Chairs: A sufficient number for the participating children to work on projects. Good Lighting: To ensure a pleasant and safe working environment. Access to Water and Restrooms: Particularly for longer workshops or those involving science experiments. We can provide a more detailed list tailored to your chosen activities and will work with you to ensure the venue meets the needs of the workshop.
  • Are there any prerequisites for children to participate in workshops?
    No specific prerequisites are required for children to participate in our workshops. Our programs cater to a range of ages and skill levels, and our experienced educators are adept at tailoring content to meet the needs and interests of each child.
  • What types of activities are included in STEAM Workshops?
    Our STEAM workshops include a variety of activities such as Science Experiments, Engineering Challenges, 3D Design & Printing, Coding and Machine Learning, and LEGO Robotics. These activities are designed to be hands-on and interactive, fostering a love for learning and creativity.
  • How does New Path Education ensure the safety and well-being of children during workshops?
    Safety is a top priority at New Path Education. All our workshops are supervised by qualified and experienced educators. We follow stringent safety protocols and maintain a low student-to-teacher ratio to ensure individual attention and a secure environment.
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