Explore Science Club offers nature inspired science enrichment programs for children aged 3-12. We offer camps in Spring and Summer too. Pre-Covid we were operating as an independent contractor for Township of Langley Recreation. With their closures, ESC is now operating as a licensed family daycare located in Eagle Heights, Langley City. We are located walking distance to Buckley/Hi-Knoll Park, Penzer Park and Brydon Lagoon.
Learning through play is a major theme in all our programs. Guided learning is combined with self exploration to offer a unique hands on STEAM curriculum.
Crafts, music and other creative arts are core to our teaching philosophy.
We help children discover their interests. Preparing and supporting them on their learning journey.
Early Learning programs help children discover, explore and wonder about the world around them.
Children's programs feature curriculum relevant material combined with hands on discovery that nurtures individual interests.
ESC is Better Business Bureau certified.
ESC was founded by Nehal Saleh, a busy mother of 2 energetic boys. She is a scientist with a PhD in behavioural ecology. Nehal published 4 out of 5 thesis chapters in peer reviewed journals. Her work was a combination of biological assays, chemical identification and software programming. Her PhD focused on how sensory input effects learning outcomes. Nehal has also worked as Business Development Manager in a publicly listed antibody company. She has a unique modern multidisciplinary approach to science education which she implements when creating ESC's unique STEAM curriculum.
Our made in house programs boost confidence in the sciences while sharpening critical thinking skills and sparking creativity.
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We offer outdoor and indoor learning experiences. Outdoor learning mainly takes place in Buckley, Hi-Knoll, Penzer, and Brydon Lagoon parks. Indoor learning takes place in our facility, mainly in the Schoolhouse.
The Schoolhouse has its own separate entrance in our home. It is heated with access to its own bathroom and plenty of natural light. There is a mud kitchen outside the Schoolhouse leading into Langley Science Garden. Desks are spaced, children do not share materials or toys. Longer programs (4+hrs) such as camps have access to our recreation room as well. The home has Air Conditioning. Our premises is professionally cleaned.
Children get access to Langley Science Garden, a home size garden with a diverse array of plants. We have now documented over 200 plants species from edibles such as peach, apple and hazelnut trees to decorative garden plants. Get updates on our garden by joining our FB group!
Langley Science Garden
This home size garden boasts over 200 plant species and a naturalized pond. Its vegetation is a mix of native, edible and decorative imports. This diverse range of plants species attracts a motley crew of local animals such as birds and pollinators. Our family is about to discover what and who inhabits our new back yard. To find out more join of FB group.