Here at Young Engineers, our aim is for children to learn whilst having fun!
We want to inspire children to be creative and curious, to find a passion for problem-solving and to have fun and make friends at the same time. Our programmes make use of each child’s natural desire to play to help them learn.
Our programmes provide a supporting role in the national curriculum.
But how do we do this?
|We provide a set of interdisciplinary experiences that help children gain various skills and gain confidence||Allowing children to explore different aspects of science and engineering outside the normal curriculum|
|Children will learn to use technology and devlop practical skills by working with a range of materials, tools and software||Showing children how there is an interplay between science, mathematics and engineering|
Our principles and ability to provide a diverse learning experience allows for ‘Success for every child!’
A little more about us….
At Young Engineers Middlesex, we pride ourselves on the fact that we have children with a diverse range of abilities participating, ranging from gifted and talented to those with cognitive and learning challenges including dyslexia, dyspraxia and autism. A key difference to traditional teaching methods is the programme’s incorporation of stories, experiments and demonstrations to ensure multiple learning modalities engage visual, kinesthetic and auditory learning styles.