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By Lucy Hubery


Resources – Workshops and experiences


From £400 per day


From £200 plus travel expenses


From £495 (+VAT) per day


Architecture Workshops Architecture Workshops has been


delivering hands-on cross curricular activities for schools all over the UK for 22 years. From nursery to undergraduate, covering SEN and G&T, its STEAM workshops inspire pupils’ creativity and imagination, building simple modular forms that improve fine and gross motor skills, as well as problem-solving and teamwork. STEAM workshops include Bridges, Fairgrounds, Skyscrapers and Shelters. architectureworkshops.org


Riveting Robots Yorkshire-based Riveting Robots offers


original and unique robot workshops to schools. These interactive, stimulating and fun workshops are all about encouraging young people to engage with science, technology, engineering and maths. The main focus is to present technology through hands-on learning, learning through play and creative fun. All workshops can be adapted for KS1 and KS2 and can accommodate up to 30 pupils. rivetingrobots.com


Thinkers in Education Thinkers in Education’s exciting space


adventure workshops allow pupils in Key Stages 2 to 4 to compete to have the technology, skills and knowledge to colonise Mars. Hands-on STEM activities enable pupils to use the latest science technology and techniques, develop engineering skills and become a ‘Target Mars’ hero. Each workshop has an exciting, movie-like scenario and includes fun challenges to maximise engagement. thinkersineducation.co.uk


STEM in action


Bring STEM and STEAM learning to life with these specialist school workshops and curriculum-enhancing experiences


Sublime Science Sublime Science workshops are


guaranteed to inspire primary school children to love experimenting. The Dragons’ Den-winning workshops are the perfect mix of spectacular science experiments and hands-on activities, including ‘magic’ tricks that will have children’s mouths falling wide open with amazement. The action-packed science workshops typically last for around one hour, for up to 30 children. sublimescience.com/school-science


Hands on Science Hands on Science is an established


provider of primary science workshops in the UK, bringing science to life for thousands of children. With more than 80 engaging workshops aligned to the curriculum, it introduces children to new concepts and scientific vocabulary. The age-appropriate workshops, which can be run in schools of all sizes, cover popular curriculum topics and are packed full of practical and fun investigations. hands-on-science.co.uk


Dinostar Dinosaurs are a fascination and an


inspiration for children, and Dinostar brings genuine and replica dinosaur fossils to your school. The collection includes replica teeth and claws, as well as a big Triceratops bone, a real dinosaur egg, and a full-size replica Allosaurus skull. The ‘Introduction to Dinosaurs’ workshop encourages children to handle all the artefacts, and ‘Recreating Fossils’ involves making fossil replicas. dinosaurworkshops.co.uk


From £3.30 per child


From £445 per day


From £200 FundEd SPRING 2019 55


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