You don’t need any prior experience or expertise in STEM to deliver a fantastic STEM activity – we’ve done all the hard work for you.

 We’ve curated a selection of the popular STEM activity boxes developed by KiwiCo in the US, but with the additional benefit of ALL the resources needed for you to deliver 6 x hours worth of lessons, with built in links to the KS2 and KS3 curriculum. 

The best bit? Teachers notes are included, so no prep required – just open the box and go!

All our boxes are available to buy online, but if you are placing a bulk order or want to arrange payment by invoice (sent directly to school so you are never out of pocket) just drop us an email at

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Our Boxes

STEM Club - robot


STEM Club - The Science of Ice Cream


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STEM Club - domino machine





STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. However, it really is more than that… It means educating students in a unique kind of way. It centres around a large group of subjects and not traditional education that focuses on them as separate entities.

STEM has something for everyone:

  • It shows how technology and maths connect with many of the science disciplines. There is much overlap between the various subjects.
  • It connects the real world with classroom teaching.
  • It focuses more on key skills that students will need for future success, such as: communication, problem solving, research, innovation, creativity, collaboration, design thinking and critical thinking.

STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths. It really is all encompassing… It means all students can contribute and bring fresh ideas, invention and innovation. Students can come from an arts point of view and contribute, it’s not all (or just) about science and technology!

STEAME stands for Science, Technology, Engineering Arts, Maths and Entrepreneurship (Enterprise). It is the latest iteration and focuses on developing an entrepreneurial mindset and an understanding of how STEM skills translate into society.