Technology in Play (STEAM for primary aged children)

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[tab title=”Little Vikings Says…”] Technology in Play runs weekly STEM clubs in the Clifton and South Bank area for primary. Each term, children discover STEAM in a new exciting topic by undertaking experiments, building, crafting, constructing, learning early coding and computing principles. TiP inspires and instils the foundations of STEAM learning: creativity, co-operation, collaboration, tenacity, problem-solving and critical thinking. Sessions run on various evenings, Saturday mornings and during the afternoon for those who are home educated.

In the holidays you will find TiP @ The Vale of York Academy and Knavesmire Primary School for full days of STEM fun. Our children have been to a few of them and always come back full of inspiration.

For more information, head to their website or find them on Facebook ‘Technology in Play – Yorks’

It’s party time! TiP STEM adventures are a perfect way to let your little one celebrate their big day with their friends. Choose a theme and relax as the TiP team guide the party through a series of fun, engaging and educational activities for a full 90 minutes. Themes include: Astronauts Academy, Secrets and Spies, Witchcraft and Wizardry, Dig Through Time and Superhero School. Email  for more information.

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Venue: Technology in Play
Age: Children aged 5+ and 8+ (from 4 – 11 for holiday camps)
Contact: Visit the website Contact Venue
Address: Various, including Joseph Rowntree School, Bootham Junior School, Knavesmire Primary School and Vale of York Academy



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