STEM shack opens

2019-06-25 06:01

A science club aimed at youth across the Valley who are interested in STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) has opened in Fish Hoek.

The club is located at the new Angels Resource Centre site at 81 Main Road, next to Standard Bank, and it is an entrepreneurial start-up run by local Boy Scout leader, Jonothan O’Callaghan.

The focus of the club is to inspire students of STEM subjects beyond the school syllabus, providing opportunities to have fun whilst learning. It attracts students between the ages of 12 and 18 and is open to offering extra lessons for those in need.

The club started on Tuesday 18 June and is still hosting more days of fun and experiments over the school holidays, today (25 June), Thursday 27 June, Tuesday 2 July and Thursday 4 July.

There are three time slots available each day, with a maximum of eight people per session.

V Reservations can be made on the website Alternatively, you can email or phone 066 231 6775.


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