The Kite TSA Cambridge is committed to raising aspirations around the STEM subjects; Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. Many schools, colleges and universities promote these areas together, not only because the skills and knowledge in each discipline are important for student success, but also because these domains are often deeply intertwined in life and an inter-disciplinary approach will prepare students to learn effectively as well as develop a range of useful transferable skills.

Alongside organisations and institutions across the globe,  The Kite TSA champions the STEAM movement – adding A for ARTS, to celebrate and integrate creativity, art and culture in STEM education.
“Art is a human act, a generous contribution, something that might not work, and it is intended to change the recipient for the better, often causing a connection to happen.
Five elements that are difficult to find and worth seeking out. Human, generous, risky, change and connection.” Art Connects – Seth Godin

In addition to the positive transformative effect of arts experiences and education on young people’s lives and the ameliorative effects on their sense of well-being, connection and belonging The Kite TSA recognises that £8.4 billion is generated by creative industries every year.
Arts, Creativity, Design and Culture are rewarding industries for young people to go into and can contribute towards a very positive and affirming and fulfilling life! For this reason the Kite TSA works with a number of organisations or will sign-post to non alliance partners who share a similar vision in promoting creativity, culture and arts.

Take a look at this video made by STEAMCo from our 2015 Family Learning event



STEAM Education
Family STEAM Festival – organised by the Kite TSA

FREE Family Day on Saturday 23rd September 2017 at The Spinney Primary School –  a jam-packed day of workshops and shows all based around the theme of STEAM.