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Young Engineers – STEM for your Child


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We are here to educate and excite children about Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) by providing fun and inspirational classes using K’nex® and Lego®.

  • Find details of our timetable and book your class here
  • Find your closest venue here
  • Learn more about STEM and why it is important here
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We are passionate about engineering and believe that our programmes help to inspire our young people to get excited by technical subjects and to give them an opportunity to learn and explore their world in a fun and exciting way.

Use the links above to learn more about our programs and please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.

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Awesome Young Engineers Birthday Parties!

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Lots of LEGO Building for ages 7 to 10. We offer several different Birthday Parties themed around different games and models. We can cater for groups of 8 to 30 and can provide everything from the LEGO to the party bags, venues and cakes.   Read more about our parties and send us your details now!

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What class should I pick?


    We offer 3 class types: Our Big Builders K’NEX based class is for ages 4 to 6 or children who are 18 months from starting P1 to those children currently in P1. We introduce simple science, work on number recognition and basic maths concepts like symmetry. Our Bricks Challenge programme is suited for children from around P3 to around P6. Classes focus …

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Who is teaching my child?

group 1

   We are a team of 11. Jenni is a space engineer and runs the company. Danielle is a computer scientist and is Deputy Manager of the business. Danielle, Holly, Bria, Kathleen and Laura teach our classes, with Alana, Euan, Susana, Katelyn and Isabelle supporting them as assistants. You can read all about the team here

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New Venues January 2018!


  We are delighted to be launching new venues for January 2018! On Monday we will be in Harry Ramsdens in South Queensferry running 3 classes covering age groups 4 to 13 On Thursdays we will be in Murieston Scout Hall in Livingston again running 3 classes for ages 4 to 13 These new venues are in addition to Dalgety …

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Partnering with Schools

Partnering with schools

We work with a number of primary schools using Young Engineers programmes to support both STEM learning and development of Skills for Learning, Life and Work.         If you would like to talk to us about working with your school then please contact us via the form on your right.      

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Calling all Astronauts!


Hands up who wanted to be an astronaut when they were little? While I didn’t quite make it as an astronaut I was fortunate enough to develop a career building and testing satellites and putting them into space. I go into schools and talk about space and my career, I just love the wow factor of space and of course …

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Playing Games is Good For Us


We typically see our children as being in school and learning or being out of school and playing. Here at Young Engineers we aim to combine both. We find that our children see their classes as games; in Lego Challenge they build a cake mixer, we bring bowls and ingredients and we make a mess, however in the process we also …

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Meet the Young Engineers Characters


  Meet our STEM Heros! We all like to have a team to help us out, and now our Young Engineers can count on our STEM heros to help them out, whether they are a Big Builder or ready for the Lego Challenge! So lets meet them an welcome Super Sci, Tough Techie, Extreme Engie and Mighty Math!   Meet …

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Art & STEM


ART & STEM Most people think STEM is just the domain of technical subjects, jobs that focus on practical things, building things, they perhaps don’t see the art in STEM, the place for young people who love to create or design. However these days the ability to combine a love of drawing with a passion for gadgets is all around …

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Rosetta the Comet Chaser


  As someone who loves space, this last week has been another exciting one in our exploration of space. The Rosetta spacecraft which launched when I was a teenager in 1997 came to the end of its mission, crashing into comet 67P. This amazing mission is a testament to the power of STEM.  Engineers in the 1980s designed and built Rosetta, scientists …

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