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Hello everyone. I work for a really nice London based (though we will be opening soon across the UK) children STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) school. They cater classes from 6 months to middle school ages.
Children are naturally inquisitive, which makes them ideal scientists. It’s never too early to start educating our children about the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Both boys and girls are curious and want to learn about our world and how everything works. We notice this from the moment that children start to talk to us – they observe their surroundings and ask questions like how the stars got into the sky? Why is the sun so bright? How are bridges built? How do cars drive and aeroplanes fly? And how do our magnificent brains work? There is never a shortage of questions coming from their eager minds. We now teach 1000's of children each year in STEM related subjects in London and across the UK. Due to the increasing demand we also offer our classes in Hampshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire.
If you are interested, then please do check out our website: https://www.littlehouseofscience.com/
Let me know if this would be an interest to your little one, I'm happy to answers any questions you might have.

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Hello everyone. I work for a really nice London based (though we will be opening soon across the UK) children STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) school. They cater classes from 6 months to middle school ages.
Children are naturally inquisitive, which makes them ideal scientists. It’s never too early to start educating our children about the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Both boys and girls are curious and want to learn about our world and how everything works. We notice this from the moment that children start to talk to us – they observe their surroundings and ask questions like how the stars got into the sky? Why is the sun so bright? How are bridges built? How do cars drive and aeroplanes fly? And how do our magnificent brains work? There is never a shortage of questions coming from their eager minds. We now teach 1000's of children each year in STEM related subjects in London and across the UK. Due to the increasing demand we also offer our classes in Hampshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire.
If you are interested, then please do check out our website: https://www.littlehouseofscience.com/
Let me know if this would be an interest to your little one, I'm happy to answers any questions you might have.

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Hello everyone, thank you for letting into this group. I hope this is ok for me to post this. I work for a really nice London based (though we will be opening soon across the UK) children STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) school. They cater classes from 6 months to middle school ages.
Children are naturally inquisitive, which makes them ideal scientists. It’s never too early to start educating our children about the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Both boys and girls are curious and want to learn about our world and how everything works. We notice this from the moment that children start to talk to us – they observe their surroundings and ask questions like how the stars got into the sky? Why is the sun so bright? How are bridges built? How do cars drive and aeroplanes fly? And how do our magnificent brains work? There is never a shortage of questions coming from their eager minds. We now teach 1000's of children each year in STEM related subjects in London and across the UK. Due to the increasing demand we also offer our classes in Hampshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire.
At Little House of Science, we nurture this curiosity and re-enforce STEM-related subjects in an exciting, practical and fun way so that the children can connect with science from a very early age. Girls are particularly encouraged to start early because it is difficult to capture an interest to pursue science in the later stages of their development. Whether your child attends our classes at our many venues throughout the UK, or whether we teach at your school - the secret is to tap into the children’s natural curiosity and allow them to explore our real world, and encourage them to ask questions.

If you are interested, then please do check out our website: https://www.littlehouseofscience.com/

Let me know if this would be an interest to your little one, I'm happy to answers any questions you might have.

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Hello everyone, thank you for letting into this group. I hope this is ok for me to post this. I work for a really nice London based (though we will be opening soon across the UK) children STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) school. They cater classes from 6 months to middle school ages.
Children are naturally inquisitive, which makes them ideal scientists. It’s never too early to start educating our children about the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Both boys and girls are curious and want to learn about our world and how everything works. We notice this from the moment that children start to talk to us – they observe their surroundings and ask questions like how the stars got into the sky? Why is the sun so bright? How are bridges built? How do cars drive and aeroplanes fly? And how do our magnificent brains work? There is never a shortage of questions coming from their eager minds. We now teach 1000's of children each year in STEM related subjects in London and across the UK. Due to the increasing demand we also offer our classes in Hampshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire.
At Little House of Science, we nurture this curiosity and re-enforce STEM-related subjects in an exciting, practical and fun way so that the children can connect with science from a very early age. Girls are particularly encouraged to start early because it is difficult to capture an interest to pursue science in the later stages of their development. Whether your child attends our classes at our many venues throughout the UK, or whether we teach at your school - the secret is to tap into the children’s natural curiosity and allow them to explore our real world, and encourage them to ask questions.

If you are interested, then please do check out our website: https://www.littlehouseofscience.com/

Let me know if this would be an interest to your little one, I'm happy to answers any questions you might have.

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Hello everyone, thank you for letting into this group. I hope this is ok for me to post this. I work for a really nice London based (though we will be opening soon across the UK) children STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) school. They cater classes from 6 months to middle school ages.
Children are naturally inquisitive, which makes them ideal scientists. It’s never too early to start educating our children about the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Both boys and girls are curious and want to learn about our world and how everything works. We notice this from the moment that children start to talk to us – they observe their surroundings and ask questions like how the stars got into the sky? Why is the sun so bright? How are bridges built? How do cars drive and aeroplanes fly? And how do our magnificent brains work? There is never a shortage of questions coming from their eager minds. We now teach 1000's of children each year in STEM related subjects in London and across the UK. Due to the increasing demand we also offer our classes in Hampshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire.
At Little House of Science, we nurture this curiosity and re-enforce STEM-related subjects in an exciting, practical and fun way so that the children can connect with science from a very early age. Girls are particularly encouraged to start early because it is difficult to capture an interest to pursue science in the later stages of their development. Whether your child attends our classes at our many venues throughout the UK, or whether we teach at your school - the secret is to tap into the children’s natural curiosity and allow them to explore our real world, and encourage them to ask questions.

If you are interested, then please do check out our website: https://www.littlehouseofscience.com/

Let me know if this would be an interest to your little one, I'm happy to answers any questions you might have.

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Hello everyone, thank you for letting into this group. I hope this is ok for me to post this. I work for a really nice London based (though we will be opening soon across the UK) children STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) school. They cater classes from 6 months to middle school ages.
Children are naturally inquisitive, which makes them ideal scientists. It’s never too early to start educating our children about the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Both boys and girls are curious and want to learn about our world and how everything works. We notice this from the moment that children start to talk to us – they observe their surroundings and ask questions like how the stars got into the sky? Why is the sun so bright? How are bridges built? How do cars drive and aeroplanes fly? And how do our magnificent brains work? There is never a shortage of questions coming from their eager minds. We now teach 1000's of children each year in STEM related subjects in London and across the UK. Due to the increasing demand we also offer our classes in Hampshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire.
At Little House of Science, we nurture this curiosity and re-enforce STEM-related subjects in an exciting, practical and fun way so that the children can connect with science from a very early age. Girls are particularly encouraged to start early because it is difficult to capture an interest to pursue science in the later stages of their development. Whether your child attends our classes at our many venues throughout the UK, or whether we teach at your school - the secret is to tap into the children’s natural curiosity and allow them to explore our real world, and encourage them to ask questions.

If you are interested, then please do check out our website: https://www.littlehouseofscience.com/

Let me know if this would be an interest to your little one, I'm happy to answers any questions you might have.

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Hello everyone, thank you for letting into this group. I hope this is ok for me to post this. I work for a really nice London based (though we will be opening soon across the UK) children STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) school. They cater classes from 6 months to middle school ages.
Children are naturally inquisitive, which makes them ideal scientists. It’s never too early to start educating our children about the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Both boys and girls are curious and want to learn about our world and how everything works. We notice this from the moment that children start to talk to us – they observe their surroundings and ask questions like how the stars got into the sky? Why is the sun so bright? How are bridges built? How do cars drive and aeroplanes fly? And how do our magnificent brains work? There is never a shortage of questions coming from their eager minds. We now teach 1000's of children each year in STEM related subjects in London and across the UK. Due to the increasing demand we also offer our classes in Hampshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire.
At Little House of Science, we nurture this curiosity and re-enforce STEM-related subjects in an exciting, practical and fun way so that the children can connect with science from a very early age. Girls are particularly encouraged to start early because it is difficult to capture an interest to pursue science in the later stages of their development. Whether your child attends our classes at our many venues throughout the UK, or whether we teach at your school - the secret is to tap into the children’s natural curiosity and allow them to explore our real world, and encourage them to ask questions.

If you are interested, then please do check out our website: https://www.littlehouseofscience.com/

Let me know if this would be an interest to your little one, I'm happy to answers any questions you might have.

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Hello everyone, thank you for letting into this group. I hope this is ok for me to post this. I work for a really nice London based (though we will be opening soon across the UK) children STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) school. They cater classes from 6 months to middle school ages.
Children are naturally inquisitive, which makes them ideal scientists. It’s never too early to start educating our children about the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Both boys and girls are curious and want to learn about our world and how everything works. We notice this from the moment that children start to talk to us – they observe their surroundings and ask questions like how the stars got into the sky? Why is the sun so bright? How are bridges built? How do cars drive and aeroplanes fly? And how do our magnificent brains work? There is never a shortage of questions coming from their eager minds. We now teach 1000's of children each year in STEM related subjects in London and across the UK. Due to the increasing demand we also offer our classes in Hampshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire.
At Little House of Science, we nurture this curiosity and re-enforce STEM-related subjects in an exciting, practical and fun way so that the children can connect with science from a very early age. Girls are particularly encouraged to start early because it is difficult to capture an interest to pursue science in the later stages of their development. Whether your child attends our classes at our many venues throughout the UK, or whether we teach at your school - the secret is to tap into the children’s natural curiosity and allow them to explore our real world, and encourage them to ask questions.

If you are interested, then please do check out our website: https://www.littlehouseofscience.com/

Let me know if this would be an interest to your little one, I'm happy to answers any questions you might have.

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Hello everyone, thank you for letting into this group. I hope this is ok for me to post this. I work for a really nice London based (though we will be opening soon across the UK) children STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) school. They cater classes from 6 months to middle school ages.
Children are naturally inquisitive, which makes them ideal scientists. It’s never too early to start educating our children about the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Both boys and girls are curious and want to learn about our world and how everything works. We notice this from the moment that children start to talk to us – they observe their surroundings and ask questions like how the stars got into the sky? Why is the sun so bright? How are bridges built? How do cars drive and aeroplanes fly? And how do our magnificent brains work? There is never a shortage of questions coming from their eager minds. We now teach 1000's of children each year in STEM related subjects in London and across the UK. Due to the increasing demand we also offer our classes in Hampshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire.
At Little House of Science, we nurture this curiosity and re-enforce STEM-related subjects in an exciting, practical and fun way so that the children can connect with science from a very early age. Girls are particularly encouraged to start early because it is difficult to capture an interest to pursue science in the later stages of their development. Whether your child attends our classes at our many venues throughout the UK, or whether we teach at your school - the secret is to tap into the children’s natural curiosity and allow them to explore our real world, and encourage them to ask questions.

If you are interested, then please do check out our website: https://www.littlehouseofscience.com/

Let me know if this would be an interest to your little one, I'm happy to answers any questions you might have.

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Hello everyone, thank you for letting into this group. I hope this is ok for me to post this. I work for a really nice London based (though we will be opening soon across the UK) children STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) school. They cater classes from 6 months to middle school ages.
Children are naturally inquisitive, which makes them ideal scientists. It’s never too early to start educating our children about the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Both boys and girls are curious and want to learn about our world and how everything works. We notice this from the moment that children start to talk to us – they observe their surroundings and ask questions like how the stars got into the sky? Why is the sun so bright? How are bridges built? How do cars drive and aeroplanes fly? And how do our magnificent brains work? There is never a shortage of questions coming from their eager minds. We now teach 1000's of children each year in STEM related subjects in London and across the UK. Due to the increasing demand we also offer our classes in Hampshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire.
At Little House of Science, we nurture this curiosity and re-enforce STEM-related subjects in an exciting, practical and fun way so that the children can connect with science from a very early age. Girls are particularly encouraged to start early because it is difficult to capture an interest to pursue science in the later stages of their development. Whether your child attends our classes at our many venues throughout the UK, or whether we teach at your school - the secret is to tap into the children’s natural curiosity and allow them to explore our real world, and encourage them to ask questions.

If you are interested, then please do check out our website: https://www.littlehouseofscience.com/

Let me know if this would be an interest to your little one, I'm happy to answers any questions you might have.
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