Teachers

65% of children in primary schools will go onto pursue jobs that do not yet exist

We work with schools to provide science, technology, engineering and mathematics workshops. We're interested in demystifying and diversifying STEM so for every workshop, we provide the same STEM workshops to displaced children out of school. 

What we do? 

We provide STEM workshops either online or in-person, that range from 1 hour activities to full-week activities.

We use project-based learning where students aged from 8 to 18 can take part (adapted for difficulty level). Examples include tasking students to design solutions to UN sustainable development goals.

We're DBS certified and measure students' science self-efficacy before and after workshops to improve our workshops. 

100% of funding goes to our kit production and R&D, whilst we continue to provide the one for one model. 

    How can I get involved?

    If you're a school interested in working with us, we would love to hear from you hello@ambessaplay.com

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    Case Study from London School:

    We ran a workshop with 20 students online and covered:

    • Social innovation 101 (theory and examples)
    • Tech for good 
    • Design thinking (from ideation to development)
    • Agile methodology (ways to work)
    Each student was provided:
    • A free copy of Prosperity Paradox by Clayton Christensen, Efosa Ojomo, and Karen Dillon
    • Notebooks
    We asked students which UNSDG they want to tackle most. The majority of students in this school designed solutions addressing: Climate Action and No Poverty.

    Impact: