Hi, I'm Ruth Tsui, creator of The Virtual Explorers Club
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I'm Ruth Tsui, mum of two, experienced primary school teacher and STEM educator. If you want to feel empowered and confident to explore practical STEM you're in the right place.
Using over 10 years of experience teaching children across the primary age phase, I share tried and tested practical STEM activities that develop understanding and key life skills in your children.
Perfect for home educating families, primary school teachers, early years practitioners and families looking to have fun at home.
All the planning, videos, background information and explanations are ready to go, at their level so there's no need to be an expert and it saves you time trawling the internet trying to find the perfect activities to engage and excite your children.
It's STEM made simple
Why create The Virtual Explorers Club?
As a primary school teacher I quickly realised there were never quite enough hours in the day to plan everything from scratch, as a parent and a teacher my time vanished altogether and I’m sure many of you will empathise!
Having a starting point is really helpful, there’s Google and Pinterest, but you end up stuck in a rabbit warren and still don’t always come back with the answer you were looking for.
But what if it was already done for you? That’s why The Virtual Explorers Club was born!
Did you know only around 3% of primary school teachers are science specialists and many lack confidence in teaching science…you are not alone!
My aim is to empower you to do it yourself. By producing carefully planned, fun, engaging and tested STEM activities you:
Instead, you will:
STEM is for everyone, it doesn’t need to be complicated, it’s not a big secret. The Virtual Explorers Club, it’s STEM made simple!
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"I have been able to link the children’s school learning to topics on the site and their teachers have noted a difference in their explanations and understanding in comparison to other children in the class"