STEAM unites the most in-demand subjects in an interdisciplinary
learning style. We’re inspiring the inventors of tomorrow.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (or STEAM) have long been regarded as vital subject areas for making progress in virtually every industry. Business owners and academics are looking for logical thinkers, problem solvers and technical experts to bring ideas to fruition.
But what about generating and communicating those ideas? If technicians are really to succeed, they must be able to express themselves confidently and eloquently.
We’ve extended STEAM to include the Arts, as a way of nurturing students into rounded individuals. With STEAM, superb communication skills develop alongside technical excellence. Outstanding collaboration abilities grow alongside software expertise.
Through workshops incorporating theatre, music and the visual arts, students become confident in speaking with their peers and seniors, and are able to formulate their sparks of inspiration into detailed ideas. They also have a healthy break away from the screen to make friends and follow their curiosity.
Workshops make up most of our programme and take place on-site at Kirkham Grammar School.
In the workshops, students program tiny handheld computers called Microbits.
As they’re learning to code, students also increase their soft skills
As well as workshops at our base, they’ll visit either Manchester or Lancaster University for a research-focused workshop:
Subject knowledge in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths
Enhance GCSE & A Level results
Ability to work across disciplines
Experience from leading industry professionals
Develop skills for very in-demand jobs
Our belief at Gledus is that by combining Science, Technology,
Engineering, Arts and Maths in one unified programme, we
develop our students into well-rounded individuals who can
turn their hand to any project.