Education with the Hive Explorer
Easily incorporate STEM and Sustainability in the classroom. Empower learners with the Hive Explorer, its curriculum and our workshops.
what are we doing?
Putting the S into STEM: Sustainability
Since STEM education is all about real-life application and teaching skills that go further than just theories, it only makes sense to incorporate environmental sustainability into such teaching.
Why teach with the Hive Explorer?
• Out-of-the-box learning📦
• Learn-by-daring Approach🦸♀️
• Empowered learners💪🏽
• Curated by Sustainability pioneers👩🏽🔬
STEM EDUCational Tool
The Hive Explorer has been given the STEM.ORG authenticated trust mark, ensuring that it will help strengthen STEM learning skills while promoting STEM education.
Special offer for hong kong only
Book a free school workshop with us
Sign-up for a free 45-minute intro workshop with up to 20 students for your school. Our instructors & Hive Explorers are looking forward to meeting you
Schools we have worked with:
We have worked with over 40 schools and 2800 students in Hong Kong, Europe and Canada to bring Sustainability into the classroom.
You Are In Good Company! Teachers have said:
Livin Farms brought a fresh perspective into our classrooms with their engaging Sustainability Workshops. Our S3 students & teachers really enjoyed the hands-on time with the Hive Explorer, which was a new STEM experience that had never been done before.Ally LamBiology Head, TWGHs Chen Zao Mens College
Students enjoyed the interactive quiz session, followed by the debate on mealworms as environmental protein alternative and food waste management solution.
Everyone could experience hands on the power of the tiny mealworms against climate change.HHCKLA Buddhist Ching Kok Secondary School
Our school-wide project with the Hive was a great success! It was an opportunity for teachers to teach Science in a unique way and have students in contact with Animals & Nature. We also felt it was not a lot of work to add-on to our school curriculum in Quebec!Noémie La Rue LapierreDirector at Friends of the Insectarium