Who We Are
STREAM is an educational institute that strives to increase the knowledge of, and increase an appreciation for the natural and cultural heritage of locations such as Pak Lap. A range of “Experiential Learning Courses” and “Individual Programmes” provide students with a greater depth of understanding of the STREAM disciplines (Science, Technology, Recreation, Engineering, Art and Math), conservation, sustainability and an appreciation of the local heritage.
STREAM is founded based on the experiences of the “Ichthyological Society of Hong Kong”, an academic charity (non-profit organisation) devoted to promoting Research, Education, and Conservation via the studies of Natural History, providing the knowledge on both sustainable living and development for the symbiotic harmonies between human and nature.
Experts observe and investigate nature to establish facts
The distribution and sharing of knowledge from the expert to the public
The public alongside the experts will apply scientific methodologies for nature conservation
Ignite Innovative Young Minds
Co-create a Sustainable Future
The term STREAM stands for the disciplines of Science, Technology, Recreation, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics. STREAM education is the learning of these subjects through an integrated approach, enabling students to use them as tools to address and solve problems, as well as co-develop objectives-oriented projects on innovation of sustainability.