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The “Little Heroes Learn” program is now adapting to the new data and continues to support children’s learning, this time from the safety of their home.

As classes and study visits have been disrupted by the pandemic, the unfolding educational reality requires a different approach. As part of its corporate responsibility, Stoiximan has adapted the Little Heroes program, proposing and providing quality educational activities that can be carried out from home.

Educational Programs

The Tipping Point (TTP) enables students, even in the most remote village of Greece, to discover their interests, talents and choices, to be inspired and to broaden their horizons, through interaction with role models (mentors).

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Taking into account the new everyday life that we are all called to face because of the occurrence of Coronavirus in our country and the preventive measures taken during its spread, the purpose of the action is still to keep young students close to school and their interests, always in collaboration with their teachers and parents.

With the action “Young Heroes learn from home”, elementary school students from all over the country, connect and chat via live video with mentors from around the world – who they could not have contacted otherwise – from the comfort of their home and in the company of their parents.

To date, the TTP program has been implemented in more than 289 schools across Greece – from Evros and Veria to Kos and from Kalamata and Schinoussa to Ioannina – enabling more than 15,500 students to bring the world in their class.

Learn more about the program in this video.

Suggested topics:

1. Meeting with a Paralympian
2. How are robots made?
3. Discussing a theatrical performance.
4. The Galaxy and the beginning of the world.
5. We become Young Chefs! (easy recipes for kids)
6. Gymnastics for children at home.
7. We play as a team: What is the goal of a match.
8. Save the environment: Small actions that make a difference.
9. Small scientists perform physics experiments.
10.Exploring – An open topic.

* Students participate in the action with the help of their parents, while at the same time the action can be a family activity during the lockdown period.

Tipping Point Form (Addressed to teachers & Parents’ Associations of primary education students)

STEM Education is the leading educational organization in Educational Robotics, Science, Technology and Mathematics, with 8 Centers throughout Greece. Having developed a standard educational content based on the STEM methodology, it suggests the only institution that has annual educational programs for all ages of students.

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STEM Education is the scientific advisor of WRO Hellas and focuses on developing educational robotics competitions. The future-proof great successes in the Olympics of Educational Robotics by students trained at STEM Education, guarantee the top quality of programs and trainers.

Children are educated in order to acquire skills necessary for the Future in Educational Robotics, Programming and Science. In every center, educational visits are made by Schools of Primary and Secondary education. In collaboration with Parents & Guardians Associations educational programs are organized for school students.

The goal of STEM Education programs is to create a new generation of people, using data from all the sciences, in interrelation among themselves, to acquire the ability to solve problems (become problem solvers) and to participate rightfully in the future digital world shaped at a very fast pace. In STEM Education Programs, creation is based on Us and not on the Ego, imagination and the development of skills creates new products, all the while the experiential understanding of the Natural Sciences forms the basis of the development of the century we find ourselves in.

Stem Education Form (Addressed to Parents of Primary & Secondary Education Students)

Creative Employment from home

“SciCo” (Science Communication) is a non-profit educational organization, founded in 2008 with the aim of promoting and conveying scientific topics to the general public through innovative and interactive methods. Its purpose is to promote the understanding of science and technology, to strengthen the image of the researcher / scientist within the community, to arouse young people’s interest in science and to raise public awareness of everyday issues related to scientific research and discoveries. SciCo is staffed by scientists, academics, educators, artists and people interested in conveying science behind the scenes.


Stay tuned as new activities will be added in the coming days!

In the school year 2004-2005 a team of scientists and teachers were engaged in the activities of the Museum of Experiments with the aim of communicating science to children and teenagers (science communication). From then on, the Museum of Experiments is constantly evolving and suggests a place of interaction and not mere observation. Every year, thousands of children become young scientists and visit the museum with their teachers in terms of school visits or with their parents on weekends. More than 50 different laboratories have been set up in the Museum of Experiments of Kaisariani and the Museum of Experiments of Agios Dimitrios, while the mobile laboratory in the more recent years has traveled throughout Greece.


Stay tuned as new activities will be added in the coming days!

The non-profit organization Safe Water Sports has been active since 2015 with the main goal of preventing drownings and sea-based accidents. The Organization, that operates in Greece and Cyprus, focuses on the awareness and sensitization of citizens, mostly children, on all matters relating to both water and sea activities (sports and recreation), emphasizing on safety and accident-prevention issues and the implementation of actions in collaboration with the Private and Public sector aiming at the reinforcement of safety issue at the aquatic environment.

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The educational program of Safe Water Sports, has been approved by the Ministry of Education of Greece (click to see the decision) and Cyprus (click to see the decision), focuses on the education and information of primary school children on issues related to safety in the water (swimming pools), the beach, the sea, water sports and other water recreational activities.

In our country with 13,676 kilometers of coastline, an average of 300 deaths occur at sea every year, many of which are due to the lack of knowledge of basic swimming rules, and traffic behavior while on boat. Everyone’s priority is to educate and raise τηε awareness of children from a very young age.

Schools and educational institutions have the following capabilities:

Enroll in the training program by gaining full access to the Organization’s digital education platform, which includes a range of educational and recreational activities, videos and games. The school curriculum includes more than 50 activities that merge learning and recreation and cover the basic skills and practices that children need to know for their safety in swimming, sea (water sports) and similar activities.
The activities of the program are interdisciplinary (e.g. art, language, social education, geography, natural, foreign language, computer science, music, etc.) and can be implemented within the school curriculum. Depending on the age of the children involved, the appropriate activities will be selected.
General information of the training program can be seen here:

Educational Program Safe Water Sports for Primary Schools-in English 

Open Education Program for children aged 9+

Open Education Program for children up to 8 years old