We are looking for British Science Week Workshop Communicators, Speakers and Volunteers based in greater London. Find out more about our workshops here: https://www.mnature.co.uk/school-science-week-science-workshops/ Apply here: https://www.mnature.co.uk/join/ or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Scientifically yours, Team Mother Nature Science
At Whitchurch Silk Mill we are developing a new activity programme and we are looking for help in a number of different areas: • Support with developing schools workshops for secondary, linked to the power of water, waterwheel and transfer of power via gears, leavers and pulleys. • Support with developing/delivering STEM challenge days for local schools during British Science Week (9-18 March) • Speakers for our new adult talk programme to launch in September 2018.
I am a primary school teacher working in Slough, arranging activities for science week (March 9th-18th 2018). My main objective is to broaden their knowledge of the career prospects involved with science and inspire them to be scientists. I am looking for speakers to come into school for free or a small charge to explain to the children about their respective area of science.
Looking for: Speaker (paid)
Looking for speakers to host one of our Cafe Scientifique events in school. Any STEM related career or subject is welcome. Audience ranges from 11-18 (depending on the subject offered) but mainly it is targeted at key stages 4 and 5. Travel expenses can be paid if necessary. Please get in touch if you are interested. Many thanks in advance.
We are very excited to lead our second British Science Week. We are looking for a speaker/volunteer to come and work alongside the children in line with our theme of 'exploration and discovery'. This person may deliver an assembly to launch our science week or work with small groups of children over one day. You could explain your profession, access their creative minds or WOW them with research and discovery. We aim to inspire the young generation behind STEM's bright future! Can you help?