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STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education is gaining spotlights in Hong Kong,  but underprivileged students are lagging in the shadow.

To bridge the gap, HKCIN has developed SOLAB (Which stands for Solution & LAB) – a free of charge bilingual online STEM education platform that brings together a community of students to explore, record and share their creations.

SOLAB will function as a website and a multi-category topic forum allowing users to create and upload DIY projects and to facilitate a sharing and discussion among users.

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Primary School Programs

STEM Maker in School

‘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 STEM skills will integrate STEM contents into their classes. After trial lessons and continuous consultancy with HKCIN, the primary schools will have designed a tailored STEM curriculum that reaches students in two forms per year.

Participating School

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 STEM 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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Music & Sports Scholarship

Our scholarship aims to support students with the commitment to further pursue their interest and strive for excellence.

We hope our scholarships will support their interest to pursue a higher level in those areas.

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