The Regeneration Generation – Saving Planet Earth!

The children and young people of today form the Regeneration Generation. Because, by learning from the errors of the past, they’ll regenerate Planet Earth by combatting climate change – and put a smile back on the face of the planet itself!     “Children gained a notion of Science ideas outside their typical science lessons. It … Read More

Messages from Space

What do we know about Neptune? What’s the science of Saturn? And how is our understanding of Uranus?   “The workshops were great and the children thoroughly enjoyed them. The whole year group are very excited about what they have learned about the space race and are looking forward to publishing their poems to go … Read More

Big Outdoor Science Day!

Our Big Outdoor Science Day doesn’t just explore aspects of outdoor science – it takes your pupils outdoors, too! 

Exploring the World of Explorers

From Leif Erikson to Neil Armstrong, and led by our modern day explorer, Major Tom, this workshop introduces KS1 /P1 – P3 pupils to some landmark people and moments in the history of global exploration.  

The World Without a Moon 

A world without a moon would suffer catastrophic climate change, rendering most life unsustainable. Sounds familiar …?   “Year 5 have loved their science workshop, here we are launching a satellite into space! Thank you!” Allington Primary School

Space Pirates! 

From proto-stars to black holes – an interactive exploration of the life cycles of stars!    

The Women of Space 

This series of age-differentiated, lively, engaging and fact-packed workshops brings to life a few of the many women who have played such an important role in humanity’s journey to the stars – perfect for World Space Week!    “Year 6 enjoyed their Science week workshop today. We found out lots of information about the space … Read More

Exploring Evolution 

Most of us take Darwin’s ideas of natural selection, and the theory that all life is in a constant state of change, for granted – though they caused a right old rumpus back in 1859! 

Fossil Hunters!

What is the “fossil record”? How can an understanding of the differences between igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks help us look back on Earth’s immense history?