Written by Timezones
Science Shows and Workshops for KS1, KS2 and EYFS
IMPORTANT NEWS - from Autumn 2016 we are no longer visiting schools but are
still happy to present at Science Festivals, Libraries, Museums and other events.
Feel free to contact us with any inquiries 01452 313763
Teachers have said: “Fantastic! Children (& teachers) were enthralled.”
“Timezones always command the full attention of children and get over messages in a fun and entertaining way.”
Our projects are a unique combination of interactive theatre, live demonstration and audience discussion, allowing pupils to participate in the action. A key goal for us is to make science accessible, and not make scientists look wacky or nerdy. We avoid the 'boffins and bangs' style of science presentation, instead encouraging your pupils to think of themselves as experts in primary science.
Over 500,000 children across the UK have seen us so far!
You can choose which of our KS1, KS2 or EYFS presentations suit your curriculum needs best
Your pupils will be able to apply their existing knowledge to solving practical problems and to achieve ambitious goals during our unique presentations
- Younger pupils are introduced to new ideas, and older pupils can consolidate their knowledge
- You can confidently book us to deliver an exciting package as we have over 20 years experience of working in educational settings
- You can have a package of shows or workshops tailored to suit your needs
- Surprisingly affordable - just call or email and we'll get you sorted!
Single performance for unlimited audience from £120
KS1 & 2 performance double bill from £200
Full day with three performances from £300
To book us or find out more, call 01452 313763
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INSPIRED WRITING WORKSHOPS
Your pupils could become published authors by working as a group to create storylines for 'Inspired Books', which are stories written by Andrew Thorn from your pupils inspired ideas.
For information on these and other writing workshops please click HERE
Last Updated on Monday, 26 September 2016 15:09