STEM is the acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics and it applies an interdisciplinary approach to teaching. The term was first introduced in the USA in 2001 and referred to an integrated and unified design of teaching individual fields at all levels of education. The STEM Education model is more student-centred, placing more emphasis on creativity and on hands-on activity, bringing students closer to the needs of modern society. Today, STEM centres exist in all American universities and in many secondary schools, while STEM training will be a top choice in European education in the years to come.


E2STEAM stands for environment, entrepreneurship, science, technology, engineering, art and math. You may think some of these subjects seem lofty for children at these ages to grasp. In some ways, that’s true. Young children may not be ready to understand abstract concepts of science or marketing. But, they can build a strong foundation for future learning by exploring E2STEAM primary school skills and concepts through investigation, research and discussion, then applying those skills through more play.

The class of E2STEAM Primary goes further on developing the critical thinking of primary students, enhancing their soft business skills. At this point students move from learning and creating to producing and promoting their ideas. Emphasis is given on product development and problem solving. Teaching is performed through project-based learning and students have the opportunity to draft designs of their own projects, products, teams and businesses. Putting a spotlight on based learning allows creativity in the class, which in turn promotes innovative thinking in our students and opportunities for proper growth and development. E2STEAM Primary addresses ages towards of Primary Education, introducing students to ICTs (Information Communication Technology) and computer aided design. The aim of this class is not only to produce the scientist’s innovators, and engineers of the future, but the businessmen and businesswomen of days to come. Scientific observation and product development are take a step further with introducing the principles of costing and commercialising.



Learning while having fun
Spherical interdisciplinary approach
Increase of creativity and critical thinking
Innovative teaching methodologies
Engaging in teamwork activities
Monitoring brain activity and progress


STEM Kindergarten
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STEAM pre-Primary
Upgrading to STEAM pre-Primary, our STEAM-focused interdisciplinary methodology opens students to new subjects.
STEAM with Astronomy
STEAM with Astronomy Course is important for understanding the foundations of scientific discovery, has practical application in timekeeping and navigation.
Level 1: Foundation Level

At the foundation level, students are introduced to the core concepts of STEM education. They explore the basics of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics through hands-on activities and experiments. 

Level 2: Exploration Level

In the exploration level, students dive deeper into the various STEM fields and engage in more complex projects and experiments. 

Level 3: Application Level

At the application level, students apply their knowledge and skills to real-world contexts. 

Level 4: Specialization Level

In the specialization level, students focus on specific STEM disciplines or areas of interest. They delve deeper into advanced topics within their chosen field, such as computer science, biotechnology, aerospace engineering, or mathematics

Level 5: Advanced Research and Innovation Level -STEAM AMBASSADORS

At the advanced research and innovation level, students engage in cutting-edge research, innovation, and problem-solving.