Young Sparks academy gives all children the opportunity to deep dive into more intensive course-based programs while still having all the fun of our regular Young Sparks activities. These scholarship based short-courses extend beyond the normal school curriculum covering topics including; business, entrepeneurship, finance, science, nutrition, advanced chess skills and more. Our courses are designed and run by the internal Young Sparks professional team, often in partnership with other educational organisations. As always, our team of young team members are at the forefront of our course planning, making sure that each course is interactive, engaging and of course packed full of fun!
Here at Young Sparks, our core mission is to help all children to grow to their full potential. We believe in giving children and families equal opportunities, regardless of their financial or social position and there is no exception when it comes to delivering our more intensive Young Sparks Academy courses. We do this by opening our scholarship applications up to every child and offering all courses at a fully subsidised cost, meaning they are 100% funded by Max Biocare and 100% free.
To be eligible for our scholarship, applicants must:
Each course will differ in terms of what they require, although the they will follow a pattern like this:
T&C: Each course will offer a limited number of spaces and scholarships
Thank you so much for the chess crafts event today. My twins Zara and Erin had a great time, they said it was 9.5/10 🙂
— Grandparents of Zara and Erin
I highly recommend this course for young entrepreneurs to educate themselves about creating a business venture
— Ashwin Meta, 15years old, Owns his own clothing company
I think Young Sparks Allegro Chess is such a big challenge for me and I’m very excited to be a part of this competition.
Thanks for organizing the Chess tournament and it was a great experience for having a great place to play chess.
— Nguyen Yen Nhi, 16years old, 600-1100 Major
I loved the business course and it was really interesting to look at what it takes to actually start a business.
It was a great way to learn how to make money.
— Hiba Nasir, 13years old, Public Speaking champion