Seven schools from our local communities joined us on Tuesday to immerse themselves in some exciting STEM challenges.

Among the activities they participated in were a wind challenge and robot building in our fab purpose-built LEGO Innovation Studio. The children also participated in an intriguing chemistry challenge to determine who had stolen our Science teacher’s cookies! 

Liz Scott, Director of Studies, said:

“We were delighted to have had such a great response from local schools towards our latest STEM Day. Not only does it strengthen our partnerships within our locality; it gives our own pupils the opportunity to meet with children their age from other schools to enjoy learning together within a very fun setting.”

S. Anselm’s School plans to host STEM days throughout the year for primary schools based in Derbyshire to participate in. If your school is interested in coming along, please email Cheryl Stevens, Director on Development and Marketing, at