We have lots of subsidised shows and workshops for primary schools in Wales for 2017!

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We are pleased to announce that we have lots of highly subsidised shows and workshops for Primary schools in Wales for 2017!

Thanks to funding from the National Science Academy!

We have two subsidised projects with funding for Primary schools in Wales to receive a day of activities.

  • All wales: Performances of our popular show “Who Wants to be a Superhero” for KS2 delivered by science made simple.
  • South wales: A day of space workshops for KS1 and KS2 delivered by our friends AstroCymru. .

We are offering Who Wants to be a Superhero for £75+VAT, or a day of space workshops from AstroCymru for £150+VAT. These days usually cost £550 +VAT, travel, and accommodation. 

To claim your day of activities, choose which one you would like below and follow the links below to register your school. Feel free to apply for both.

Any questions give us a call on 02920 876 884 or email us on info@sciencemadesimple.co.uk, please put NSA in the subject title.


 

Option 1: Who Wants to be a Superhero?

SHLogo‘Who wants to be a superhero?’ is an engaging interactive science show that introduces students to six inspiring role models working in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and maths) jobs that have some link to the superpowers of superheroes! We then use fun LIVE demonstrations and volunteers to illustrate the science behind what the real-life superheroes do. The show covers a number of areas in the KS2 curriculum including aspects of ‘Forces and Motion’, ‘Light and Sound’ and ‘Ideas and evidence in science’.

Thanks to funding from the National Science Academy we can offer this to your school for just £75+VAT. This show can be performed up to three times in one day to reach the whole of your KS2 students. 

We will be touring this show around different regions of Wales throughout 2017. We have a lot of tour dates in January and February 2017! To check your eligibility, tour dates, and to register your interest for this show, please follow the link here.
Who Wants to be a Superhero?

Who Wants to be a Superhero?


Option 2: AstroCymru’s Space Astronomy Workshops

astrocymruThrough funding from the National Science Academy, AstroCymru are able to offer primary schools throughout South Wales, a day of space and astronomy workshops. These include 3D shows that can be shown to your whole school (3D glasses are supplied, it’s like having a cinema in your school!); followed by another 3D show for KS2 students and a workshop for one KS2 class.

There is a choice of three workshops for your class: a rocket workshop, Is There Anyone Out There?, or Mission X: Train Like an Astronaut.

Thanks to funding from the National Science Academy, AstroCymru can offer this whole day of science activities to your primary school for just £150+VAT. Any questions give us a call on 02920 876 884 or email us on info@sciencemadesimple.co.uk, please put NSA in the subject title.

To register your interest in this offer or for more info, please follow the link here.
Students excited for some 3D space shows, and Emma with a student in our rocket workshop!

Students excited for some 3D space shows, and Emma with a student in the rocket workshop!

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    • “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
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    • “David was very clever, funny and kept the children engaged.”
      Cross Gates Primary School
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      R. Newby, The Training Partnership
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