We use kinaesthetic learning to help young people understand areas of science, technology, engineering and maths that may confuse them on paper. Using our vast range of interactive equipment and large-scale apparatus, we challenge children to think critically and independently to solve problems related to their relevant curriculum.
Our sessions can include:
|Air Resistance||Egg’cellent Parachutes
Create a parachute to protect a falling egg
Create a rocket car out of a 2 litre bottle and with a chassis
Use GPS devices to find hidden markers around the woods
|Design||Build a bridge
Using lollipop sticks and masking tape, build a bridge to span a distance
Children work out how to build sustain a fire to burn through the string to release some doughnuts.
|Animal Adaptions||Adapting animals
Meet the stuffed animals and examine how they are adapted to their environments
|Health and well-being||Healthy Heart-rate experiment
What happens to our heart-rate when we exercise? How long does it take to go back to resting? Measure pulse after a series of exercises to compare which has the greatest effect on heart rate