Welcome to our project!
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) are critically important disciplines for modern society. Adding the arts to STEM has recently gained a lot of momentum and given rise to STEAM i.e. exploring where the arts naturally fit into the STEM subjects. An art inclusive approach to STEM strengthens creativity and ingenuity in all areas, allowing teachers to expand ways of knowing and learning to inspire more learners.
This project aims to draw on key strengths of partner schools to weave STEM and the arts together to create more accessible and relevant lessons. It will draw on the experience and knowledge of partner schools to explore and develop activities that model good, inquiry-based science and mathematics teaching but also to draw on art in the development of lessons with a broader appeal.
Green Steam: Environmental issues in Lisbon
The 4th LTT exchange of the project was held in Alverca, Portugal from March 6th – 10th, 2023. As well as the development of STEAM lessons, the focus of this exchange was the environment
Upon arrival at the school, the group were welcomed to the school by the CEO and administration team. The students then gave a performance of creative dance and gymnastics and the visiting teachers took part in a dance lesson with students. Read more
ROBOTICS in Antalya!
The third Learning Teaching and Training activity of the Erasmus ‘Steam Teams’ project was held in Ahmet Yesevi Ilkokulu, Antalya, Turkiye from October 10th to 14th, 2022....Read More
CODING and STEAMThe second Learning Teaching and Training activity of the Erasmus ‘Steam Teams’ project was held in Istituto Comprensive Militi, Barcellona di Pozzo in Sicily.....Read More
FULL STEAM AHEAD!!
The first LTT meeting for the project was held in Colegio Salesianos ‘El Pilar’ in Soto del Real, Spain from March 28th – April 1st 2022. 15 Participants travelled on March 27th from Ireland, Italy, Portugal and Turkey. Read more...
Project Extension: The pandemic has caused a lot of challenges in running our project. However, we have received confirmation from the national agencies in the various partner countries that we may extend our project. Our project will now also include the school year 2022-23.
Logo and Mascot: Well done to all who took part in the logo and Mascot Competitions. There was a great response to both competitions and it was very hard to choose the winners (click to read more)