STEAM education programmes available for schools
We've launched our new Imagination Station Education booklet - making it easy to browse our courses for your school!
Check out our wide variety of LEGO robotics programmes, designed to fit in with your schools digital technology requirements.
Grace, Former Volunteer
I have managed to get a job with an educational charity in London and am really enjoying it – although I definitely miss playing with the LEGO. Thanks so much again for having me volunteer with you – I really miss it!
Jack, After School Program Attendee
Thank you for a wonderful Year of Stop Motion. It has been a BLAST being with you guys.
Imagination Station have shown themselves to be a committed long term member in Christchurch's not for profit sector. They provide high quality, well planned education sessions for the children of Christchurch and manage to do so at a low cost to the public
The Vodafone Xone Team
To Sam & team at Imagination Station
Thanks so much for having us in your amazing space! We had heaps of fun.
Tracey - Special event host
Thank you for making our end of year event great.
Susan, Intern from Tufts University
I learned so much while I was there and enjoyed getting to meet all of you and the wonderful visitors and hilarious kids that frequent Imagination Station! I can’t wait to see how the space grows and all the creations that come out of it!
Kayla, School Child
Thank you for talking us through making our ideas go wild and giving us advice for what we need in our city. My favourite part was the building. I really liked using lots of imagination and building a city plan. I had a great time and am definitely coming again!
I have experienced first hand the enjoyment of children and their families engaging in creative play at Imagination Station, and can recognise the value of Imagination Station for learning, creating, and greater connection.
Vicki Buck, City Councillor
They have filled a huge gap in the 'creative, fun activities for children' space that has been left vacant by the loss of Science Alive and other spaces.