The team at Sciencedipity travel to schools around Devon to provide their unique brand of engaging science workshops during the school day. Watch a video to bring these fantastic science-themed workshops to life!
“Thank you so much for yesterday! It was such a super day, and all of the teachers at all 3 schools were extremely impressed with how much the children got out of the hour. The children had a great time doing some followup work linked to it today, and recalled lots of facts from the day!”J. Holmes, Thorverton Primary School
“Ruth is amazing. Always has fantastic ideas to provide inspiring science activities for all ages.” Suzie, St Georges, Northam.
“Thank you so much for today. All the children loved the workshops and the teachers and staff were thrilled with what they did.” D. Pile, Marland School
“They all had a brilliant time, so thank you for what you did.” M. Kimber, Cornerstone Academy
We travel to schools around Devon to provide our unique brand of engaging science workshops during the school day. We offer workshops around all the sciences, including specialist topics such as forensic science and microbiology. We can also bring science to life from literature topics such as Roald Dahl and Harry Potter.
If you feel that you don’t have the time, facilities and/or science background to host a science day or week at your school, or would like an engaging hands-on science activity to enrich your lessons, but not sure where to begin, then call Sciencedipity – Devon’s independent non-profit organisation, supporting school science teaching with our science workshops and after school clubs.
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