Electricity Workshop

“We tried to teach electricity last year and the children didn’t get it. They totally got it this year”.
T Academy. London

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KS2, 3 & 4 Egg Tower Challenge Workshop

What a brilliant day we all had on Friday. The children were buzzing and still talking about it today with such enthusiasm and excitement. It really was a super experience for them and they had such fun learning new things."
Tudor Grange Primary Academy

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"We love the variety of the science and the feedback we get as parents on what Ruby has been doing at science club"  
Helen C, mother of Ruby C

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Lovely Light Investigations

"Great seeing the students still remembering and using advanced words such as Opaque and Translucent. They really took a lot away from the Lovely Light Investigations"
SB, Hands on Science Investigator

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Inspiring Future Scientists – a True Story

Our aim is to inspire the young about science - and this email from Phoebe who came to our Hands on Science after school club shows we make a lasting impression. 7 years after leaving us to go onto secondary school, Phoebe emailed us looking for some suggestions for  her up coming ISA. Well, once you have been a Hands on Scientist, you will always a member of our team. So we were delighted to help. In keeping with our philosophy, we did not give Phoebe the answer - instead we emailed some thought provoking ideas for her to follow up. Here is Phoebe's reply "Thank you for your help! I will definitely research F1 cars and spoilers, I am sure I can use the website you gave me as a source. This has helped me very much. I also expect you will be pleased to know I am thinking of taking A-level physics, potentially going on to study nuclear physics. I have fallen both in and out of love with science, so I would like to thank you and everybody else at Hands on Science for encouraging my love of chemistry and physics!" Thank you once again, Phoebe This blew our socks off - it is exactly why we are so committed to what we do -  Science Matters.
Phoebe Turner. Junior Scientist

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