STEAM Lab activities focus on sparking curiosity within children, aiming to stimulate the Little Scientists that they are, to explore and build their Future Lab. All students will be given a card before they start their journey through the STEAM program track. Each time they successfully finish their activity, they will receive a stamp on their card, which should be full by the end of their STEAMy day. As Leonardo da Vinci said: “learning never exhausts the mind,” and during this time, every student’s gears will be grinding.

Monday to Friday 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Age : From 5 to 12 years old
Service : School Snack | School Van



Little Ms Curious, Marie Curie, described herself to be ‘less curious about people and more curious about ideas.’ Therefore, we’d like to engage the students with science experiments, sparking their experimental side by testing their ideas.

In our lab, we will be concocting our own chemicals, and exploring different elements, in order to figure out the secrets and wonders of life! We will be discovering new outcomes through experiments, to unravel the scientific side of the students' minds and discover new truths about this world as Galileo Galilei did.



Batteries don't have electricity inside them, but the students will be charged up when they work with technology in the tech lab they participate in next. As the world is developing and we are surrounded by new technology, shall we see the inside of them to see how they work?

Being the 21st century, the world is so modern now, and we have no idea which technologies will be developed next. The students will take part in making their own little, futuristic robot; who knows if they could be next great inventors of technology like the phones in our hands or the planes we fly in.



You aren’t a scientist if you haven’t created something, so head upstairs to a higher level of exploration. Here, you can encourage your minds to create, and that will make you an engineer. Remember, you can create anything you want, from woodwork to machinery, as long as it is your own unique invention.

Throughout this lab, the students will create their own inventions. Whether it be with LEGO or wood, we want the students' minds to work to make a piece that could even be used internationally one day.



Coloring outside the lines is a fine art, and you can do that as an artist. Your life is your canvas, so decorate it! Fill it in with the most colors and materials you can find. This is another way for you to express yourself without using language or words. You can be as abstract as Picasso or as curious as Vincent Van Gogh.

Through the addition of Arts in the STEAM Lab, you get to explore with a variety of mediums and styles to create a mesmerizing piece of artwork. In this lab, we show the students how to express themselves without having to use the English language, but the language of art.




In addition to creating art, we will also work with the children in connecting art and the other areas with math, by modeling geometrical shapes and calculating the materials needed for experimenting. Math makes up most of your life; you use it almost everywhere you go. And the amazing part is, math is the same in every language worldwide.

So, let’s put our minds together, and explore the world with hands- (and feet-) on experiences. We will count, look at geometrical shapes, and calculate equations like the smart mathematicians we are!



Being an international school, we'd like the students to start with refreshing their English skills. When your child first arrives, they will go through an English lesson, to help them relax into the environment, and equip them with the foundational English skills necessary for comprehension of the other labs.


Learning English will also help your child learn about other cultures. Learning about the values, habits, and the way of life in a culture different from yours will lead to personal growth and development.