Long Term Programs

Primary School Programs

“INventoo,” with aid from OSC, is a 3-year collaboration project with three primary schools to equip teachers and students with STEM resources and knowledge. HKCIN will adopt an intensive ‘train-the-trainer’ approach. Trained teachers with STEM skills will lead a group of students to join a STEM open competition followed by integrating STEM contents to their classes. After the training and trial sessions, each primary school will have a detailed curriculum for the teachers to replicate the same model for 3 more group of students per year.

Programming Platform

Participating School

  • 2023-2024: Shek Lei Catholic Primary School
  • 2024-2025: The Hong Kong Chinese Women’s Club Hioe Tjo Yoeng Primary School

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"STEM Maker in School" (2020-2023)

“STEM Maker in School”, with aid from Operation Santa Claus, is a three-year collaborative project that empowers teachers with resources and knowledge to educate the younger generation. With the focus on Micro:bit and Thunkable.

Micro:bit is a popular pocket-sized microcontroller board that allows young children to learn programming in a handy way. Thunkable is a drag and drop mobile app builder that enables anyone to create their own native apps.

HKCIN will adopt the train-the-trainer approach where trained teachers with STEAM skills will integrate STEAM contents into their classes. After trial lessons and continuous consultancy with HKCIN, the primary schools will have designed a tailored STEAM curriculum that reaches students in two forms per year.

Programming Platforms


Participating Schools

  • 2020-2022: ELCHK Kwai Shing Lutheran Primary School
  • 2021-2023: Asbury Methodist Primary School
  • 2022-2024: C.C.C. Chuen Yuen Second Primary School

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A series of online workshops for children to learn and experience different STEAM activities in the comfort of their homes. Children apply creative, designing, and problem-solving skills to build robotic cars, mini vacuums, and exploring a vast amount of other scientific theories.

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