Steam Academy gives children a chance to create coronavirus films
An online summer course will offer pupils the chance to create a pandemic-themed film.
The virtual Steam – science, technology, engineering, arts and maths – Academy, run through the education department’s gifted and talented education programme, will feature remote learning classes from July 5 to July 28 for children aged 9 to15.
Pupils on the course will work together to write a script, compose music and create animations for a film on their experiences over the pandemic.
The course will operate in partnership with Ah! Tempo, a choir and performing arts programme led by Malinda Jennings, and technology education organisation Digibotics.
The course will cost $65 a week, with classes held online between 10am and 2.15pm.
Applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.
Parents can register their children online at: http://www.steamacademybermuda.com.