Igniting Young Minds with STEM

We are committed to igniting young minds with STEM subjects and actively encourage a spirit of curiosity, enquiry, disciplined work ethos, and logical thinking in children in an exciting and fun environment.

Online Challenge II – Registration is now open!

We are hosting a FREE online challenge on Monday, 6th July at 5 pm (UK time) for children from Key Stage 2 Lower to Key Stage 4.

This will be a 15 minutes online quiz where children will be expected to answer 20 questions within this allotted time.

The questions are based on S.T.E.M. and specifically tailored for each group. All questions are multiple-choice with only one right answer.

There will be no trick questions.

Registration is now open for online challenge competition to new participants i.e. those who have not participated in the first round.

So don’t miss out – this is your opportunity to shine! Register now!

Online Tuitions for Key Stage 2, 3 and 4

We believe that in the current unprecedented situation, the learning process for your children can continue. As a parent or guardian, you can continue supporting your child’s learning through our online classes within the safety of your home.

ASTML is offering online tuitions in Science, Maths and English covering key stage 2, 3 and 4 curricula.

With a special focus on meta-cognition, higher-order thinking and learning skills, each session is being delivered by qualified and experienced teachers.  All online sessions are being conducted via Microsoft Teams for Education, which is fully compliant with GDPR and Safeguarding policies.

Please click on the attached leaflet for more information or write to us for more details.


The term STEM stands for the disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. STEM education is the learning of these subjects through an integrated approach, one that offers hands-on and relevant learning experiences.

GCSE Classes

We aim to improve every student’s performance and grades by proactively helping them on their development areas and regularly assessing individual progress throughout the course so that we can help children achieve better GSCE results.

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