Fall 2021 semester classes begin on Saturday, September 4
2 hours / week
25 hours over 18 weeks
Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Maths
Suitable for kids with or without previous experience
Students are introduced to STEAM in a creative environment using curriculum focused on project based learning, problem solving, and scientific method.
Learn STEAM skills and concepts through Mars-themed lessons and projects.
Projects and lessons will include: algorithms, sequencing, number recognition, addition, ordinal numbers, and counting backwards
Create a jiggling astronaut. Make a suncatcher. Study constellations. Learn about the cosmos. Play with a Mars Rover. Create a solar system fan. Put together your very own astronaut's helmet... and more!
Learn STEAM skills and concepts through ocean-themed lessons and projects.
Projects and lessons will include: debugging, positional language, loops, patterns, and more.
Create your own LED Angler fish. Play with sand art. Count fish with guppy cuppy. Explode your own hydrothermal vent. Understand how submarines work. Learn about ocean layers. Try fish printing.
Learn STEAM skills and concepts through earth science-themed lessons and projects.
Understand directional language, and the concept of matching. Practice geometry, subtraction, and measurement.
Learn about the phases of the moon. Make your own land art. Understand the water cycle model. Try your own earthquake simulator. Dissect a volcano.
The quoted cost will include an initial deposit, which covers set up fee and first month; the rest of the balance is billed monthly over the remaining months in the fall semester.
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Top-notch STEAM specialists guide kids through these immersive
2-week STEAM camps. Using actual materials we send in a box, workbooks, and LIVE online teaching, kids will build amazing projects, have fun, expand their skills and have an unforgettable summer learning experience.
Projects are supported with lessons that explore the science phenomena they will learn in elementary school in ways they will never forget: through WOW moments of curiosity and excitement.
Using project-based learning enables kids to work on aspects of projects that most appeal to them.
Inspiring an open-ended, creative exploration enables productive play and inquiry.
The scientific method builds kids investigation skills, and teaches them to measure and record findings.
Empowering creativity in kids has been shown to increase mental, emotional, and physical well-being.
Students will study physical changes that take place as matter converts from solid to liquid to gas.
Parents love Skyrock’s camps because they spark a curiosity for science and boost the creative confidence in their kids. Kids love Skyrock because they get to make amazing things, experience wow moments, and experiment with their creations.
For new students, please sign up using the “enroll now” button above. You will be guided to select a location, course, day and time. Once you have completed your selection you can pay tuition online using your credit card. Please see further information on pricing below.
For existing students who hold Skyrock credit, please reach out to our admissions team via phone call, Line or Facebook, and they will guide you through the onboarding process.
For our new semester Skyrock will handle all payments in installments. During registration, clients will be asked to make an upfront payment and deposit to secure their booking. This will be followed by a total of 3 recurring payments of NT$5,400 (Early Bird Enrollment) or NT$5,760 (Standard Enrollment) will then be billed automatically on October 1st, November 1st, and December 1st, and these payments will be automated by Skyrock’s management system.
The enrollment deadline is Saturday September 4th, which is also the 1st day of class for our Fall semester. If you miss the first signup deadline, there will a further opportunity to enroll on in the 1st week of October.
The first day of classes for our Fall semester will take place on the week beginning September 4th. Fall semester classes will run until Chinese New Year 2021.
All Grade 1 students will take our flagship Young Inventors program. This will be all new curriculum for Grade 1 students (unless they took the STEAM Box course in Summer).
All Grade 2, 3 and 4 students will join the Mars Survival Guide and Ocean Task Force program.
If they attended the online summer camp or in person summer camp and they have already completed this curriculum, we can offer custom classes in other courses.
There will be a maximum of 8 students in each class.
The minimum number of students to open a class is 5. In the event a class does not reach 5 students we will do our best to accommodate those students at another time, or help them to form a custom class with other students where possible.
Make-up classes are not available, but we will provide the classroom material and online resources to the student so they can complete the material independently at home, and this can be reviewed by the teacher at the next lesson.
We have spent a large part of the last 6 months developing a high-quality online curriculum for each of our programs which still incorporates the hands-on material element of the program. In the event the covid-19 situation was to worsen, and we are advised by the Ministry of Education to close our classes, we will offer all of our weekly programs online and send all the required materials home to the students.
Teachers will remain the same for the duration of the semester except for in special circumstances (absence due to illness etc). Any changes to teachers will be clearly communicated to the parents in advance.
No. We are only accepting bookings for individual programs and semesters at this time.
Yes, we will offer each sibling NT$1,500 in Skyrock credit which they can use against a future camp or Skyrock class.
Many of the projects are similar to the YIC program but we have added new elements such as project remixes and new classroom activities. If you child already took the YIC curriculum last year, we will move them to the more advanced level, so they are completing new curriculum.
The themes for STEAM Beginners will be Space, Earth, and Ocean with students taking 6 weeks of each theme throughout the semester.
Yes, we will run custom coding classes for students in Grades 5 – Grades 9.
Yes, online classes are available and are subject to interest (minimum of 5 students to open the class). If you wish to attend an online class, please fill in the booking form on our online class page (here) or reach out to our admissions team via phone, Line or Facebook message.