The sessions that e2 Young Engineers run are designed to work inline with STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) to provide additional enriching learning for children. They work by utilising an ‘edutainment’ method of learning so that children not only discover new things but they enjoy doing it.
e2 Young Engineers have developed special workshops that suit all children including those with learning disabilities and those who are gifted in the STEM subjects. All children can enjoy and learn from these sessions because they are taught using demonstrations, experiments and stories to bring all sides of learning together; children will see, hear and understand what is being taught and this means it will stay with them – plus they can use their new-found knowledge in all aspects of their day to day lives, not just in their education.
The aim of e2 Young Engineers is to teach children in such a way that they don’t realise they are being taught – this is not like school, this is a club that kids can relax in and find new friends, it just happens that they are being educated at the same time. The future is engineering in many ways, so ensuring that children can gain access to this essential knowledge is what e2 Young Engineers is working towards.