We're delighted to announce that, after a successful pilot, we've a brand new science programme for KS1, available to everyone!
Both building on what pupils already know and going beyond the curriculum, CSI: Forces challenges pupils to think about the Science of Rollercoasters, consider a tricky range of Push/Pull forces - then use their findings to unmask the saboteur at the world's most high-tech theme park!
How do different forces operate – and what do they actually do?
CSI: Forces sets your pupils a problem – to use their knowledge and understanding of forces in identifying which of six suspects sabotaged the new Jupiter VII space rocket. They’ll take part in a number of activities, each releasing a force-related clue eliminating one of the possible criminals – until the Police Force becomes the most important force, as the miscreant is hauled before justice …
And we now have two new variants on this popular workshop, exploring how forces operate in two specific contexts: CSI: Rollercoaster and CSI: MoonShot!
Suitable For: KS1, KS2 (up to 30 pupils at a time)
Exploring: gravity, friction, upthrust, centrifugalism, centripetalism, magnestism.
Duration: 1½ hours – half a day (depending on the number of classes)
View the full range of primary science workshops here