British Science Week

13th - 20th March

This year's theme is exploration and discovery


British Science Week

13th - 20th March

Virtual Reality

Using the latest VR technology, we have developed software to create full class sets of networked equipment. Usually VR is a solo experience; our solution allows 35 children to simultaneously explore a virtual world to learn and remember together.  Using our unique technology and our...

Dinosaur Visit

Meet Sophie, our young Tyrannosaurus Rex, just seven years old and approaching KS2. A little nervous about going to a new school but looking forward to meeting the pupils and trying out the school dinners! This is a life-like full body costume that is worked by a puppeteer. She...

Forensic Science

The context of a scientific investigation brings science to life and allows children to practice science skills such as observing, exploring and asking questions. A crime has been committed and the class must work together to piece together the evidence.  Dognapped: It is...

Life Long Ago

Our Life Long Ago Workshop brings prehistoric life into your school. In our large sandboxes, the children locate and identify fossils from some of the most iconic dinosaurs of the past. Tyrannosaurus Rex, Stegosaurus, Triceratops and a few other surprises are all thrown in. The children will...

Silly Science

Our energetic Professor Nitrate will guide your children through a science tour of discovery. They will learn about elements, why molecules bond, understand the magic of lift and the power of pressure as well as experiencing explosions!  The science behind our experiments is...

Stone Age Life

New for 2019! Following feedback from schools we have devised this new workshop covering a snapshot of life in the Stone Age period of prehistory. Children meet an ancestor from just after the Ice Age, who explains their hunter-gatherer lifestyle. They show the tools they made and...

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