The Camden Goods Yard STEAM programme is making a lasting impact on young minds at Edith Neville Primary School. Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) take centre stage in a community engagement initiative led by St George, the developer of Camden Goods Yard. This programme provides children in the borough with a unique insight into the unfolding construction scheme in their community.
The workshop covered the fundamental aspects of science, technology, engineering, and arts, offering the children an understanding of how these disciplines are applied to the construction process. The STEAM team then guided the students in an activity to build and design an Anglo-Saxon house. Emphasising the sustainability of Anglo-Saxon homes, the workshop connected the past to the present, providing the children with an interactive and informative learning experience while fostering a sense of pride and connection to Camden's evolving landscape.
These workshops align with St George's commitment to Our Vision, working closely with local people to create beautiful neighbourhoods that strengthen the surrounding communities and generate lasting social value.
The inspiring afternoon at Edith Neville Primary School illustrates the positive impact of the Camden Goods Yard STEAM programme. By integrating science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics, this initiative is nurturing a generation of young minds prepared to tackle future challenges.
Situated in the heart of Camden, the 8-acre brownfield site known as Camden Goods Yard will transform into a mixed-use neighbourhood, featuring 644 homes alongside a new flagship 48,000 sq. ft Morrisons supermarket for the community.
For more information, visit Camden Goods Yard.