This half term will see lots of young scientists getting messy with the most horrible bits of science. Investigate what poo says about you, make fake blood, get slime-tastic and have lots of fun! Children aged 5-12 can come along for five hours of icky and stinky science.
We’ll be visiting Cambridge (Queen Edith School) on Monday 22nd October and Saffron Walden (RA Butler School) on Tuesday 23rd. Hertfordshire half term is a week later so we’ll be in Bishop’s Stortford just in time for Halloween! We’re at Hillmead Primary School on Wednesday 31st October and then Hertford (St Joseph’s in the Park) on Thursday 1st November and St Albans (Garden Fields School) on Friday 2nd.
Each camp runs 10am to 3pm is jam-packed with hands on experimenting and fun learning. The camps are run by a qualified teacher and are designed to be 100% fun, safe and get the kids learning without even noticing! We have first-aid trained and DBS checked staff on hand to support and encourage your budding scientists. Just bring a packed lunch, clothes that you don’t mind getting messy and we’ll do the rest.
Would you like to see what your young scientist has been up to at camp? Come along at 2:50pm for an informal show and tell session. We will bring some of the experiments from the day back out so that the children can show their grown-ups what they’ve been up to. We love hearing our little Fab Scientists explaining what they’ve learned, a particular favourite was hearing a 5-year-old explaining how DNA is copied after our All About Me camp!
After half term, we’re having a little break but will be back with more camps in February. Can’t wait until then? Don’t forget we can visit your school (just tell your teachers about us) and we do Fab birthday parties too!