Physics Workshops

P1 Can we Make Rain indoors?
P10 What is a Hologram?
P11 How does a wind turbine work?
P12 Why does a Greenhouse keep plants warm?
P13 Why does the Sun Shine?
P14 Can We Make an Earthquake?
P15 Its not confusing but WHAT is diffusion?
P16 The International Space Station - how does it Stay Up There?
P17 IT Masterclass: Programming the Raspberry Pi
P18 What is Music?
P19 Can we make a Greenhouse out of Clingfilm?
P2 Is there life on Mars?
P20 Potato Patata - what Kinds of things can light a lightbulb?
P21 Car Mechanics - what makes a car go?
P22 Renewables - How do we make electricity from the Sun?
P23 The Infinity Mirror - how can I see 100 Me's?
P24 Is there such a thing as Invisible Light?
P25 Car Mechanics - what makes a car stop?
P26 What is the Longest Day?
P27 Car Mechanics - what are Gears?
P28 Hydropower!
P29 Car Mechanics - what liquids are used in a car?
P3 What is Magnetism and why is it useful?
P4 No Pressure - can you put a hole in a block of wood with one finger?
P5 What is a Tornado?
P6 Can we HEAR a rainbow?
P7 Can my Teddy blow up a football pitch?
P8 Why do we have Winter and Summer?
P9 What if we all lived in a Smart City?


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The Science of Smell

A number of intrepid junior scientists had a bash at the perfume design challenge and engineered their own creations.  If you look closely - the ingredients of one can be seen in the photo - try it yourself - it smells fantastic - Roll over Chanel No. 5!

This could be the first picture you see of actual life on Mars!

Who would have thought that when asked "Who wants to look at a dead mackerel?" the whole class would say "YES!" and pretty much all of them got hands-on to feel the feathery gills of this amazing fish.  The surface area needs to be large so the gills can get out the 1% or so of dissolved Oxygen from the water. Take a look at the short film snippet to see how and why it needs to use only DISSOLVED Oxygen!

Key Stage 1 Pupil hanging up a Water Cycle experiment
Let's Write Some Science Fiction: "Purple Planet Pop" from KS2 students
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