KS2 Science and Technology Shows and Workshops Print E-mail
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WHAT MAKES OUR SHOWS DIFFERENT?

Our Key Stage 2 projects aim to stretch pupils by setting them a challenge and guiding them to a satisfactory conclusion. An agent from ‘Future Worlds’ will lead the trainees, including brave volunteers, through a series of demonstrations to help them really understand the curriculum. We avoid the clichéd image of white-coated boffins, and make science accessible, slick and exciting.

As well as being trained communicators, we are the people who devise the shows. We really know our stuff, and as we’re not tied to a script we can respond to new ideas from the audience and incorporate them in the show.

 JUST CLICK ON ANY OF THE SHOW TITLES BELOW FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THEM

 

RoboKids

 

ROBOKIDS

The whole science curriculum in 1 hour! Pupils have to work as a team to create a cyborg capable of exploring space!

 

 

FUTURE TOWN

Science, DT and Geography all rolled into one exciting interactive show. Pupils learn everything they need to settle on a new world!

 

 

MOVERS & SHAKERS

Think big with an hour of Earth Science. Pupils learn how to build a new planet!

 

 

TIME & TIDES

The Science of Cardiff Bay. Pupils teach our time traveller about how Cardiff Bay has developed in the last 150 years!

 

 

WORKSHOPS

We have several hands-on workshops which work intensively with one class at a time, including MASTER BUILDERS, where pupils work to design buildings of the future.

 

 

Call Jan on 01452 313763

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FUTURE WORLDS PROGRAMME

All of the above projects fit together into our Future Worlds programme, which is a menu of shows, workshops, and activity packs which will become available over the coming year.

Last Updated on Thursday, 09 May 2013 13:25
 
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