After School Programs
@ Harrison School
Our popular LEGO Robotics club is back and is packed with exciting new activities that will spark your child's curiosity and creativity! From building with LEGO bricks to learning about electronic components, programming to exploring engineering and physics concepts, there's something for every student.
This term, our students will continue to use the LEGO Spike Essentials and Spike Prime robotic kits to explore even more opportunities for hands-on learning and problem-solving.
Our NPE LEGO Robotics Program challenges children to think critically, ask questions and design their own solutions. It's a fun and engaging way for them to develop STEM skills and become lifelong learners. With the help of experienced facilitators, children will work in small groups to collaborate and exchange ideas, with lessons that are tailored to different learning needs and abilities.
Don't miss out on this opportunity for your child to have fun while developing important STEM skills in a positive and encouraging environment. Sign up for our LEGO Robotics!
STEM CLUB - Mission to Mars
STEM club is designed for young scientists who are ready to take on a challenge! This term students will explore the topic of "Mission to Mars" using science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
STEM education encourages critical thinking, improves technological literacy, and is building up the next generation of scientists, leaders and innovators. Our STEM Club aims to develop these future-ready skills, preparing students to tackle the wicked problems that we face today.
NPE's STEM Club provides opportunities for children to work on hands-on projects that spark curiosity through challenges that use problem-solving and design skills. Using the design thinking process, students will work collaboratively to apply STEM knowledge and skills. Through an entrepreneurial mindset, students will build their critical thinking skills, resourcefulness and creativity to define, understand and design solutions to real-world problems.
In this "Mission to Mars" topic, students will learn about the challenges of space exploration and space travel. Enrol your young scientist today, and watch their creativity to "blast off"!
Secure a Spot For Your Child Now
Every Monday from Week 2 for 8 weeks Dates: 1 May to 26 June, at 3:15...
Started May 1
8 weekly workshops from Week 2, Fri 3:15 - 5:00 PM Location: Harrison ...
Started May 5
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If the programs have been fully booked, please use the form below to register your child to our waiting list. We will get in touch as soon as the additional sessions are available. Thank you for your interest!