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The village of Methley contains a fine church dating from the 14th century with family tombs and medieval carvings which inspired the sculptures of Henry Moore.

The surname Muth was first found in Yorkshire from very ancient times.

From technology to biology, science is an integral part of our daily lives.

Many camps use nature, animals and traditional settings to encourage discovery, but nonprofit Project Scientist in Charlotte focuses firmly on providing STEM education for girls.

IDTech, which offers an array of computer programming camps at university campuses throughout North Carolina, as well a residential camp option for kids ages 7-17, teaches campers that math and computer science go hand in hand.

“Our goal is to inspire the next generation of innovators through a unique learning environment, and to expose them to things they might not be getting in their normal school environment, like computer science, robotics and electronics,” says Coray Cunningham, public relations manager for IDTech.

STEM camps introduce these concepts in a fun, memorable and enriching way to help prepare your child for whatever his or her future may hold.

The vast movement of people that followed the Norman Conquest of England of 1066 brought the Muth family name to the British Isles. Methley is situated midway between Leeds and Pontefract and the town dates back to Anglo-Saxon times.

“Being aware of the difference that engineering makes in the world, from a kids perspective, makes learning it relevant.