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January 3, 2014 / lucym14

Young Experimenters Workshops for Schools

Science can often be a hard subject to bring to life. However, it can also be a subject that attracts the imagination of children, sparking an interest in how the world around us works. Young Experimenters science workshops provide children with an opportunity to experience the wider field of science for themselves. By asking questions, pupils are challenged to see what they can discover. Examples might include: ‘What makes a wind turbine work most efficiently?’ or ‘Can you see DNA with the naked eye?’ Whilst a lot of the subjects offered are not themselves specified within the National Curriculum, they can help to consolidate or promote learning within curriculum areas. Alternatively, the workshops could inspire work that is cross-curricular, promoting discussions, research, creating posters etc.

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