STEAM Powered Education
Fix the future!
Who are we?
Robert, founder and director, is an experienced Primary school teacher with over 25 years experience both in the UK and abroad. He has worked as ICT and Science Coordinator in schools for 12 years and has earned an excellent reputation for developing successful after school clubs in STEM and STEAM related subjects.
What do we believe in?
We believe that environmental emergencies have highlighted the need to instil an education that develops practical 21st century skills in Robotics, coding, problem solving and creativity that will help develop a sustainable future.
We believe that there is an imbalance in current education. The importance of Mathematics and English as educational tools is undeniable, however, particularly in Primary schools, there is an over emphasis is on these subjects alone. Science and specifically the practical aspects of science are being neglected.
We believe that science must incorporate art, design and aesthetics as a catalyst for inspiration.
What is the solution?
Through after-school clubs and holiday workshops, STEAM Powered Education wishes to redress this imbalance,
providing opportunities for children to learn 21st century STEM and STEAM skills that will inspire and challenge their understanding of the physical and digital worlds.
Training sessions with teachers will help to build confidence in teaching STEM and STEAM activities to their students.
Additionally, we wish to press schools on the need for STEAM skills to be centre stage in the school curriculum.
A good EDUCATION is a foundation for a better future.
/ Elizabeth Warren
So, what is STEAM?
STEAM is Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics. It is a group of subjects that naturally complement each other. It began as STEM but with STEAM there is the added aspect of ART. This is very important as it adds the design and beauty that make an invention go from good to great.
What we do
Head of Primary School, Mackenzie International school, Malawi
"Mr McGregor played a very important role when primary school productions were being prepared and worked with students to produce high quality sets and props."
Head of school, St George's international school, Rome
"One of the most successful extra curricular activities that I have ever seen was a model club run by Robert McGregor for a number of years."
Sally Washington Emerson
International public policy consultant, NZ Government
He was energetic, had a unique style that made my learning fun. and had an energy level that few of my teachers ever matched (including my university lecturers).