top of page

Inspiring Pupils Beyond the Classroom

Weekly Engineering Clubs for Ages 5-11

In our self-led After-School Engineering Clubs, pupils learn new STEM concepts through practical engineering and science activities.

Building future-proof skills like problem-solving and teamwork, we also teach children to love engineering and creativity, helping your school inspire pupils towards successful futures in STEM.

Every week is pre-recorded, on-demand, and delivered by one of our STEM experts, so you can set up and run your club with ease and peace of mind!

Expert Led

Each week's session is planned and delivered in a short video by qualified, experienced primary teachers and award-winning STEM experts. Your staff simply need to set up and supervise!

Easy Set Up

Club activities are designed to keep prep time and costs low. We give you a list of simple materials you’ll need each week and clear guidance on running the session yourself.

Healthy Budgets, Happy Parents

With a low-cost flat rate for the term, you can choose what to charge parents, either creating an affordable inclusive club or raising funds for your STEM budget.

“This club makes teaching STEM easy!

 

I loved all the subject knowledge and technical vocabulary that was taught alongside making models and testing structures.

 

The children felt like real engineers by the end of the course and their parents said that it was the best club they'd ever joined!”

 - Jane Berry, Science Coordinator, Park Mead Primary

“The Engineering after-school club is fun, engaging and the children learn great skills as well as vocabulary each week.

 

The equipment is easy and the lessons are very simple to follow even if you have no previous experience.

 

Our pupils loved it!”

 - Mrs McWeeney, Science Lead, Chiswick

““I thoroughly enjoyed leading Little Engineers Club with our KS1 children.

 

They learnt so much, whilst having lots of fun! It was easy for me to access and to prepare for, which meant I was able to enjoy the club with the children instead of having to worry about content and resources."

 - Miss Collis EYFS Lead & DT Coordinator

Explore Our Clubs

Spring LS.png
product image template (2).png
product image template (3).png
product image template (4).png
product image template (5).png
product image template (6).png

Get your early years pupils exploring all things STEAM each term with our topical Little STEAMers sessions.

Get your KS1 pupils building towers, bridges, boats, planes and houses as they become little engineers.

Continue engineering with KS1 as we think about things that move and machines - building pulleys, levers, wheels and more.

Start your KS2 pupils on their engineering journey with the six simple machines, invention challenges and structures.

Continue engineering with your KS2 pupils as we design and build rides from theme parks linking to machines and mechanisms. 

Continue engineering with your KS2 pupils as we design and build toys and games linking to machines and mechanisms. 

What to expect

  • Weekly sessions of around 1 hour, delivered in an informal, engaging way

  • Different activities each week using ideas from science, technology, and engineering

  • An experienced teacher guiding small groups of students as they develop new skills 

  • ​Information for parents on what we’ll cover across the term.

  • Teaching and practical challenges that foster:

    • Problem-solving and collaboration​

    • Creativity and experimentation

    • Growth mindset and perseverance

IMG_0995.jpg

This Term's After-School Clubs

Camelsdale.jpeg

Camelsdale Primary, Haslemere

Our Rides Building Engineer Academy for KS2 continues this term, led by an in-house teacher.

Copy of Untitled (2).png

Chiswick & Bedford Park Prep School, London

Our Little Engineers Club for KS1 starts this term, led by an in-house teacher.

Drayton Park.jpeg

Drayton Park Primary, Islington

Our Strong Foundations Engineer Academy for KS2 starts this term, led by an in-house teacher.

Fairfield_logo.png

Fairfield Primary, Stockton-on-Tees

Our Strong Foundations Engineer Academy for KS2 starts this term, led by an in-house teacher.

Reigate Parish.png

Reigate Parish Primary School, Southwark

Our Strong Foundations Engineer Academy for KS2 starts this term, led by an in-house teacher.

St Marys.png

St Mary's Catholic Primary, Chiswick

Our Little Engineers On the Move club for KS1 continues this term, led by an in-house teacher.

canford heath.png

Canford Heath Juniors, Poole

Our Strong Foundations Engineer Academy for KS2 starts this term, led by an in-house teacher.

Christ the Saviour School Logo

Christ the Saviour Primary School, Ealing

Our Little Engineers Club for Year 1 runs after school every Thursday from 3:20-4:00, led by Laura Cross.

DSLV logo.png

DSLV Academy, Daventry

Our Strong Foundations Engineer Academy for KS2 starts this term, led by an in-house teacher.

Hollycombe.jpeg

Hollycombe Primary School, Hampshire

Our Strong Foundations Engineer Academy for KS2 starts this term after school every Monday, led by Susie McAuley.

St Andrews.png

St Andrew's Primary, Derbyshire

Our Strong Foundations Engineer Academy for KS2 starts this term, led by an in-house teacher.

Welford 2.jpeg

Welford & Wickham Primary, Berkshire

Our Ride Building Engineer Academy for KS2 starts this term, led by an in-house teacher.

Canon Burrows.jpeg

Canon Burrows CoE Primary, Manchester

Our Little Engineers Club for KS1 starts this term, led by an in-house teacher.

Clore Shalom logo.jpeg

Clore Shalom School, Radlett

Our Ride Building Engineer Academy for KS2 continue this term, led by an in-house teacher.

Earlham logo.jpeg

Earlham Primary School, Newham

Our Strong Foundations Engineer Academy for KS2 continues this term, led by an in-house teacher.

image (1).png

Liphook Junior School, Hampshire

Our Strong Foundations Engineer Academy for Years 3-6 restarts this term every Tuesday from 3:30-4:30, led by Susie McAuley.

St Martin's Surrey.jpeg

St Martin's Primary, Surrey

Our Strong Foundations Engineer Academy for KS2 starts this term, led by an in-house teacher.

Widey Court.jpeg

Widey Court Primary, Plymouth

Our Little Engineers Club for KS1 starts this term, led by an in-house teacher.

If you’d like to host an After-School Club, or to recommend Inventors & Makers to your child's school, please get in touch!

 

We can answer all your questions, share payment plans and clarify next steps.

General SM Content.png
50.png
General SM Content (1).png
bottom of page