OKIDO FOR SCHOOLS!

OKIDO is a family of scientists, artists and educators, on a mission to inspire the next generation of creative scientists. That’s why we put STEAM learning (or Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics) at the heart of everything we do.

We understand how important STEAM learning is for young children and firmly believe it is never too early to start developing these skills by encouraging collaboration, curiosity, creativity, and critical thinking.

We love sharing our passion for science and the arts. Scroll down to find out about the many different and exciting ways we can bring the OKIDO world into your school.

OKIDO has been accredited by the British Science Association to deliver Crest Awards, the BSA’s flagship programme for young people. The Awards help to develop a culture of ‘everyday science’, bridging different ways of learning and supporting cross-curricular education.

For more information on the Crest Awards and its benefits to children, please visit: www.crestawards.org

We offer special discounts on subscriptions for schools and libraries:

2 – 4 subscriptions – 10% discount

5 – 9 subscriptions – 20% discount

10+ subscriptions – 30% discount


OKIDO TURNS CURIOUS SCHOOL CHILDREN INTO CREATIVE SCIENTISTS

From OKIDO after-schools-clubs and organised workshops to teacher resource packs and big discounts on magazine subscriptions... We can help your school explore the wonderful world of science.

LEARNING THROUGH PLAY

Children develop and learn about the world around them through play. OKIDO’s thoughtful 'hidden-learning' and 'learning-through-play' strategies encourage this, with activities for all stages of development and education.

APPROVED BY SCIENTISTS, TESTED BY KIDS

All our activities are developed by science experts and tested by adults and the real experts - children.

SUPPORTING THE CURRICULUM

Generated by scientists, reinforced by educators and closely aligned with EYFS and KS1, OKIDO’s topics introduce science while also supporting literacy and numeracy.



What Teachers Say

Dr. Alicia Blum-Ross
London School of Economics

I recently ran a workshop for 3-5 year olds using ‘squishy circuits’ - teaching them the basic concepts of circuitry using play-doh. For such young children this visual introduction allowed us to get into the activity without a lot of preamble, and provided an excellent hook for later reflection and discussion.

Miss Riddoch
Pointers School

Okido is an excellent club for young children. The lessons are well planned, super organised and contain content that is extremely age appropriate for the pupils. Okido are excellent facilitators... and have the kids engaged and excited throughout the lesson. I highly recommend this club to anyone with young children.

Juliet Plants
Parent

 We LOVE this magazine!! Have been subscribed for almost a year and my son is excited every time the postman comes. Thank you!!