Sensory Discovery and STEM Robotics

Does one need snow to make a snowman?

Children in the Sensory Discovery Activity would tell you, “No.” Using baking soda, cornstarch, shaving cream and good finger dexterity, lovely miniature snowmen were made.


Do you need a kitchen hot pad on which to place your teapot straight off the stove?

Why buy one when you can make it with clothes pegs, paint and sound concentration, as the children did in their after-school activity.


In STEM Robotics Club, students learned about different types of engineering, forces and rotation. Using educational robotics kits, they problem-solved in teams and built their robots, which they were proud to show.


Whether discovering aptitude in science and maths or developing skills toward future careers, the students agree that through it all they are having fun.

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The visit of Year 5 to the Ministère des Affaires Sociales provided them with an opportunity to understand how the rights of children are handled in Benin.

The racquet skills of E.I.S. Year 13 student, Peemann Kaur, contributed to Benin taking second place in the Junior Badminton International 2022.

Modelling the Human Respiratory System

Making bubbles might seem too familiar, too simple and too common, but it never stops to excite children.

A visit to Groupe Veto Services, SA Farms was planned, in line with Year Four's Global Perspectives topic on Food, Water and Farming.