£100 off Science Shows for Primary Schools in South Wales this Autumn

Are you looking for new ways to…

Introduce your pupils to positive science role models?

Enthuse your pupils in the curriculum and careers?

Give your pupils a different and exciting science experience without the hassle of leaving your school?

We can help!

Bringing inspirational science, engineering and maths shows to your school!

We have a range of live, exciting, and interactive KS1 and KS2 shows, purpose-built to support the school curriculum, and to enhance pupils’ learning.

All you need to provide is the students! Our talented and enthusiastic presenters perform the shows in your school hall to as many pupils as it can hold. An award-winning science show company, we have over 15-years experience visiting schools and and will bring all of the equipment we need with us.

£100 OFF!

We are offering a £100 discount on visits to schools in South Wales this Autumn term if you book us before the 10th November  2019!

For just £450 + VAT, one of our Cardiff-based presenters can come to your school for a whole day and perform up to 3, 1 hour shows (normally £550 + VAT).

For a school of 200 students, that works out at just £2.25 per student!

What shows can I book?

It’s simple, we have grouped our shows into two show packages – Show Package One and Show Package Two. 

Show Package One

Izzy’s Incredible Adventure (KS1)

Can you help Izzy on her incredible adventure? Along the way discover and explore how transport really works! Can you make a boat float? Why do space rockets need explosions? Finally, meet the ultimate transport for land, water and air – the hovercraft! read more

Who wants to be a Superhero? (KS2)

Just what exactly do scientists and engineers do? How do planes fly? How can we see through the dust in space? How do engineers make playgrounds safer to play in? How are they saving the planet? read more

Show Package Two

Bubbles and Balloons (KS1/KS2)

We explore the best bits about bubbles and balloons. From blowing them up to bursting them; discover all the amazing things you can do in between. Can you catch a bubble? Make it last forever or make it square? read more

Music to Your Ears (KS2)

What is sound, and how does sound become music? This fun show explores the basics of sound and noise. It looks at unusual musical instruments and how we can use technology to bring a new dimension to music! read more

How many shows do we get?

Our Cardiff-based science communicators can come to your school and perform up to 3 shows from either show package. For example, if you chose Show Package Two you could have:

  • 3 shows of “Bubbles and Balloons”
  • 2 shows of “Bubbles and Balloons” and 1 show of “Music to your Ears” or vice versa
  • Just 1 show of “Bubbles and Balloons” and 1 show of “Music to your Ears”

Separate performances of the same shows allow us to tailor the show to the educational level of the audience, and make sure we can visit every pupil in your school in just one day!

How do I book?

Call us on 02920 876884

Email us at info@sciencemadesimple.co.uk

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Terms of offer

To qualify for this offer, you must:

  • Be within 50 miles of Cardiff
  • Make your booking with us before the 30th September 2019
  • Book your visit to place in the Autumn term in Wales (before 21st December 2019)

Want to see more? Watch our showreel!

Who are we?

Science made simple is the UK’s leading science show company. 

We are a social enterprise with a passion for science and all things associated with it!

We aim to share our enthusiasm by offering inspirational and educational experiences that are tailor-made for schools, festivals, adult audiences and the public. We were established in 2002 and now reach over 75,000 students a year throughout the UK and overseas.

Our mission:

To inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers

To engage the wider public with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) as part of popular culture

To strengthen connections between researchers and the public.

We have won more awards for our work than any other UK science show provider:

  • 2017- IOP Lord Kelvin Medal for Public Engagement with Physics
  • 2013- Innovator Award – Learning outside the classroom
  • 2009- Royal Academy of Engineering Public Promotion of Engineering Medal
  • 2006- Institute of Acoustics Award for Public Engagement
  • 2006- EU Descartes Prize for Science Communication
  • 2004- Women into Science, Engineering and Construction Excellence Award

More Questions?

Just call us today on 02920 876884, or click the button below:

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What people say about us

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    • “We all thoroughly enjoyed the two different shows that you put on for us! The children were all talk about them the following day! The teachers were too!”
      Mary Mother of Hope School, Dublin
    • ‘science made simple have always been a pleasure to work with – not only when they’re presenting amazing science shows for our family audiences, but through training our own staff on their journey to becoming excellent science communicators.’
      Liz Smallman, Head of Learning , Eureka
    • “We had around 2700 visitors. 98% of visitors rated the event as ‘excellent’ or ‘good’. Your session was also named by a number of guests as their ‘highlight’ of the festival”
      J. Heaton-Marriott, Lancashire Science Festival
    • “The show was organised, professional and creative. Many thanks for your hard work and commitment.”
      J. Ford, Barry Comprehensive
    • “Engineering I thought was to do with machines and I thought it would be a boring job, but now I think I might be one.”
      student age 10
    • “This was the best show. Amazing story! Heartfelt, emotional but furthermore very informative and I found a lot out!”
      Visitor, Lancashire Science Festival
    • “We would like to thank you for a fantastic morning of science. We like the way you included us in your presentation and experiments and gave us an insight in science throughout our life”
      Students at Carshalton High School for Girls
    • “Loved how much the children were involved, and the enthusiasm of Zoë – amazing”
      Thomas’s Clapham, London
    • “Your contribution has drawn extremely positive comments from all sections of the school community – pupils and staff, parents, governors and others”
      K. Geary, Marlwood School, Bristol
    • “The students loved every minute of it.  The shows were incredibly well put together, resourced and performed and it is a testament to Zoë for the hard work she puts into the prep work and the performance on the day”
      Sevenoaks School
    • “David was very clever, funny and kept the children engaged.”
      Cross Gates Primary School
    • “There is no doubt at all that you made a big impact on the pupils, on the parents and indeed on all those who were privileged to be present”
      R. Court, Birkdale School, Sheffield
    • “Zoe was very pleasant, enthusiastic and engaged the children throughout each show. A very enjoyable day, everyone commented on Zoe’s enthusiasm”
      Uplands Junior School
    • “Both the staff and pupils thoroughly enjoyed watching the shows and taking part; it was a very welcome addition to our Science Day which provided and opportunity to present science to the children in an exciting way.”
      Thomas Jolyffe Primary School
    • “You had an attentive and appreciative audience, quite an achievement when you consider that there were eight hundred 14-16 year olds in the auditorium”
      R. Newby, The Training Partnership
    • “It was an amazing experience, and all the experiments were informative and exciting. It is an event we will never forget”
      Year 7 Student, Stanchester Academy