Community & Operations
Trehaus is a co-working space that offers its members not just working space but also parents a child-friendly place. Trehaus is a community of makers, with an emphasis on kids and the development of their skills through STEAM learning. It provides opportunities for children to learn about these key areas in science, technology, engineering, arts & mathematics as well as geography. There is also the Explorer Junior STEM Programme to help increase children’s curiosity with these subjects from age 3 – 6 years old.
Early Childhood Educators
Explorer Junior also conducts workshops on early childhood education for educators and educators on topics such as design thinking, LEGO robotics, the Maker Movement and STEAM curriculum.
Marketing & Events
Every week will be unique in some way, with new hands-on activities, collaborative design projects and limitless enjoyment! Children may work on conventional design tasks such as paper production or technology-based design projects such as art-bot, stop animation.
The company was started in 2013 by three graduates from the National University of Singapore (NUS) with a shared passion for early childhood education and began offering programs for children the following year. The firm has been assisted by NUS Enterprise and received an ACE start-up grant from SPRING Singapore.