January Holiday Lunch & Learn @ Brotzeit
There’s a very distinctive German food theme for our January school holiday program – we are combining our Lego engineering workshops with German food at Brotzeit (CBD).
While you relax with friends & family enjoying some German food and beer, check your young engineer into one of our engineering workshop. Kids receive the 90 minute workshop + kids meal package for only $30.
Dates: January 8 , 16, 24, 29
Location: Brotzeit Perth (CBD), Railway Lane, 140 William Street
Bookings: https://www.trybooking.com/340991 (for the kid’s meal + workshop only, please contact Brotzeit on (08) 9321 6654 to reserve a table).
New Saturday Morning Program
We now have Saturday morning public classes open to anyone in Perth to attend. In term 4, we are looking at some classical mechanisms such as conveyor belts, the washing machine, elevators, cranes, pulleys and… we even get to build our own BeyBlade… get ready to let them rip!!
Location: Rossmoyne Senior High School
Date: Feb 10 start (term 1, 2018)
Session 1: 9:30am – 10:45am (Year 1-3) >> https://www.trybooking.com/294707
Session 2: 11:00am – 1:30pm (Year 4-6) >> https://www.trybooking.com/QTZD
After School – Young Engineers Clubs
We, e2 Young Engineers South Metro Perth run after-school clubs in more than 10 schools in the City of Canning, City of South Perth, City of Melville, Nedlands, Wembley and Cottesloe. We currently run after-school clubs at Willetton PS, Rostrata PS, Hilton PS, Parkwood PS, Mel Maria Catholic Primary, Rosalie PS, Churchlands PS, North Cottesloe PS, and Wembley PS. We also deliver incursion programs to Parkwood PS, Rossmoyne PS and Wembley PS.
We are expanding to the North-West metropolitan corridor. If your school would like to start a new after-school club or would like to explore our incursion programs, please contact us to register your interest now. We are accepting expressions of interest from new schools.
Our incursion programs have been extremely well received at several primary schools in the Perth metro area. We have age-appropriate programs for students year 1 – 6.
If your school is in the South metropolitan or North-West metropolitan corridor and you would like to engage us to deliver these incursion programs please contact us for more information.
Incursion programs for younger students focus on establishing foundation knowledge (such as learning about simple machines) while older students will get the opportunity to participate in problem solving and design challenges (such as designing and prototyping a vehicle).
The duration and frequency of the incursion program can be adapted to fit with your school’s timetabling. Please contact us for more information.