“Calling all teachers! Calling all teachers!” Science workshops for schools in London.
Are YOU looking for a fun and engaging way to get your primary pupils interested in science as an extracurricular option?” Professor Bubbleworks can help with science workshops for schools!
After School Activity with Fun Science Experiments
Our fully DBS-checked leaders offer a coordinated programme of science-themed after school activities for pupils aged 5-11, giving primary schoolchildren in the London area a chance to try out fun science experiments as part of their extracurricular activities and experience the joy of discovery for themselves.
Drawing from our experience of running science workshops in schools, we have created an after-school science club programme for London schools that will allow children to enjoy hands on science experiments – an experience we hope will help inspire them to continue to explore the subject through education.
Cool Science Activities for Kids
We’re great at science workshops for schools! All of our science-loving leaders have passed the Professor Bubbleworks training course qualifying them to showcase cool science activities for kids as part of an exciting after-school science workshop experience.
Our after-school science club sessions usually last for an hour at the end of the school day and can be held in most school spaces (classroom, hall, art/music room etc.)
Our leaders will bring all the equipment needed to carry out the fun science experiments for children and will leave the space as clean as they found it after dismissing pupils from the school science club in line with school policies.
FREE Science Assembly for Schools
If your school is interested outsourcing after school club activities contact us now and the Professor Bubbleworks team will arrange to host a FREE science assembly in your school to help generate interest. We will also provide all the necessary paperwork so you can easily complete the signup process and get your fun after school science club started*!
(*subject to minimum uptake of 12 children)