Get your pupils to share their science investigations at the Great Science Share for Schools, by signing up to the regional Bristol and Bath event on Tuesday 18th June 10-2pm at UWE Bristol (Frenchay Campus, BS34 8QZ).
“The Great Science Share is a fantastic opportunity for children to ask their own questions and feed their curiosity!” said Dr Laura Fogg-Rogers, Research Associate at UWE Bristol, and lead organiser of the Bristol and Bath regional Great Science share event.
“Inquiry-led science education is a great way to engage children in STEM, as it is the closest experience to what it’s really like to be a scientist or engineer.”
Not sure? Read more about the national Great Science Share campaign, access the inspiration wall and find out how you can support your class’ project.
“We want to support an inspirational primary science education for all children in the West of England, and as well as learning what the children have been up to in schools, we can’t wait for the children to experience our cutting-edge science and engineering activities as well,” said Fogg-Rogers, who will be arranging for scientists and engineers from local STEM research and industry to attend the event.
Entry: Each ticket admits up to eight children (from years 4 -8) with two adults. Each class can apply for a ticket, so schools can bring different groups from multiple classes. Home educators are also welcome with group displays.