Incorporate STEM learning outside the classroom and help students understand the real world.
Our most popular STEM destinations include the US, Europe and Hawaii.
Spark your students’ ambitions and curiosity in STEM with challenging and engaging activities designed to give students real-world learning experiences.
Engage your students in hands-on robotics and physics workshops at Space Camp, or take part in innovative Mars mission simulators with NASA. Take part in informative tours of world-leading research institutions, top tech companies headquarters, and get the chance to see a launch at NASA, Orlando.
An international STEM tour builds upon classroom learning, and nurtures your students interests with interactive fun activities designed to help students learn for themselves.
Our 3-5 day Camp KSC programs enable your students to become fully immersed in space centre life and STEM learning.
The ultimate Space Camp mission starts here at the birthplace of America’s space program.
Discover the world of robotics, rocketry and thermal protection systems at the Space Center University.
Help students develop an appreciation of the importance of marine ecosystems to the global environment and human life in this STEM trip to Hawaii.
Inspire the STEM minds of the future with tours of the world’s largest museum of science and technology and the largest particle physics laboratory.
Explore Singapore taking in all the STEM focused attractions and hands on interactive activities.
Mt St. Benedict students enjoying the Boggy Creek Airboat adventure in Orlando.
School visits Space Camp in Huntsville on a school tour.
Wellington College student tries out the astronaut training simulator at the Kennedy Space Center.
The highlight for many of the boys was Astronaut training. The ATX center has only just opened and it gave a real insight into the lives as a astronaut. Experiences included a virtual reality mission to Mars- Landing an operating a Moon lander and experiencing zero G whilst repairing the Space Station. The boys took part in a full simulation of a rocket launch, in both the rocket and control centre.