Classes for Curious minds

A place for children to learn, experiment, explore and play

Holiday Workshops and Camps 2018/19

  • Our weekly holiday camps run daily from 9.30-3.30, (free early drop-off from 8.45am)
  • For 4-7 & 8-12 years, siblings & friends discounts will be applied
  • Our holiday camps are completely hands-on & project based throughout each day
  • Your children will be grouped & taught separately by ages/ability and will be assisted during all experiments
  • All our teachers are Scientists & Science Communicators with enhanced DBS checks & safeguarding training in place
  • The workshops are fully risk assessed
  • Regular and accompanied breaks for refreshments and outdoor activities (weather permitting)
  • Lunch/snacks have to be provided by the parents, due to the different dietary requirements. 
    (PLEASE NOTE WE DO NOT ALLOW ANY NUTS, SESAME OR EGGS IN THE ROOM!)

 

Christmas Holiday Camps

 

Arctic and Antarctic Science Labs

17-21 Dec 2018
Daily Monday-Friday, 9.30-3.30 (8.45am free early drop-off), 4-7 and 8-12 years (age adjusted & separated groups),
Baden Powell House, 65-67 Queen's Gate, London SW7 5JS

19-21 Dec 2018
Daily from Wednesday-Friday, 9.30-3.30 (8.45am free early drop-off), 4-9 years, Brentham Club, Meadvale Road, London W5 1NP

Join our Arctic and Antarctic Lab and learn about the North and South Poles and their Ecosystems. Discovery the mysterious past of Antarctica and how the climate change affected it. Explore various food chains and various adaptations of the Arctic and Antarctic Animals. Become an Inuit for a day and design engineering solutions to survive in the cold. What is carbon and its role in the greenhouse effect and how can we help to stop the global warming.

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January Holiday Camp 2019

Arctic and Antarctic Science Labs

2-4 Jan 2019
Daily Monday-Friday, 9.30-3.30 (8.45am free early drop-off), 4-7 and 8-12 years (age adjusted & separated groups),
Baden Powell House, 65-67 Queen's Gate, London SW7 5JS

Join our Arctic and Antarctic Lab and learn about the North and South Poles and their ecosystems. Discovery the mysterious past of Antarctica and how the climate change affected it. Explore various food chains and various adaptations of the Arctic and Antarctic Animals. Become an Innuit for a day and design engineering solutions to survive in the cold. What is carbon and its role in the greenhouse effect and how can we help to stop the global warming.

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February Half-term Holiday Camp 2019

The Scientific Story of our Planet

18-22 Feb 2019
Daily Monday-Friday, 9.30-3.30 (8.45am free early drop-off), 4-7 and 8-12 years (age adjusted & separated groups)

Your children will take a scientific journey from Big Bang to the modern times and the future of human existence. Find out about stellar explosions and the formation of the solar system. Your children will develop scientific understanding of the Earth and other planets geological structure and natural processes (erosion, landslides earthquakes, we will explore how mountains form, learn about plates tectonics and various volcanos. Do rocks have a life cycle? How will our planet look in 10,000 years? Will we inhabit other planets? And much more...

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Easter Holiday Camps 2019

Daily Monday-Friday, 9.30-3.30 (8.45am free early drop-off),  4-7 and 8-12 years (age adjusted & separated groups)

Faster, Higher, Deeper, Further!

1-5 April 2019

Join us for a week of discoveries of the most amazing inventions of humanity: hot air balloons, airplanes, rockets, cars, submarines and Mars exploration rovers! We will also learn the stories of people who wanted to explore the unknown and dared to dream big!


The Science Geniuses Who Changed the World

8-12 April 2019

This science week is designed to familiarise young scientists with the work of some of the greatest scientists and their fascinating discoveries. Leonardo da Vinci, Galileo Galilei, Isaac Newton, Archimedes, Charles Darwin, Nicola Tesla, Albert Einstein, Rosalind Franklin, Marie Curie, Katherine Johnson, Louis Pasteur and others. We will learn about brilliant minds and Eureka moments behind the most important scientific breakthroughs: atoms, DNA, evolution, forces, electricity, mechanics, gravity, medicine, light, space travel and much more!


The Wonders of Biology

15-18 April 2019 - (4 days only)

This series of workshops explore the wonderful world of Biology. Why is the world so diverse and how are various species interconnected? What will happen to us if the bees become extinct? What are amphibians and why are they so vulnerable to ecological disasters? Can we bring back to life the dinosaurs and can we, humans, survive without the animal world? Are spiders, bees and ants important? The children will learn about animal and vegetable cells, microorganisms and their importance. We will explore various habitats and why it is so important to keep our planet clean and healthy.

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May Half-term Holiday Camp 2019

The Scientific Story of our Planet

27 May-31 May 2019
Daily Monday-Friday, 9.30-3.30 (8.45am free early drop-off), 4-7 and 8-12 years (age adjusted & separated groups)

 
The children will take a scientific journey from Big Bang to the modern times and the future of human existence. Find out about stellar explosions and the formation of the solar system.The children will develop scientific understanding of the Earth and other planets geological structure and natural processes (erosion, landslides earthquakes Will explore how mountains form, learn about plates tectonics and various volcanos. Do rocks have a life cycle? How will our planet look in 10,000 years? Will we inhabit other planets? And much more.

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Summer Science Camps 2019 

Daily Monday-Friday, 9.30-3.30 (8.45am early drop-off),  4-7 and 8-12 years (age adjusted & separated groups)- Baden Powell House, South Kensington

8-12 July 2019 Journey to the Centre of Biology: From the Mini World of Bacteria to Humans
15-19 July 2019 Think Physics: Newton, Volta, Einstein and Quantum Physics
22-26 July 2019 When Science meets Architecture: Shapes, Materials and the Cities of Future
29 Jul-2 Aug 2019 Astrogeology: Exploration on Earth, other Planets, Moons, Asteroids, Comets and Meteorites
5-9 Aug 2019 The Science of Seas and Oceans: Whales, Sharks, Rays and much more!
12-16 Aug 2019 Engineered! The Journey from Wheels to Rocket Engines
19-23 Aug 2019 Great and fearless Men & Women in Science who changed the World?
27-30 Aug 2019 (4 days) Biochemistry: Molecules and Elements and how they work
2-4 Sep 2019 (3 days) Fascinating Zoology: Animals and Ecosystems

 

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Holiday Science Camps

AGE 4-12 YEARS

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Science After School Clubs

AGE 3-4 YEARS
AGE 4-7 YEARS
AGE 8-12 YEARS 

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School & Nursery Clubs, Demos & Assemblies

AGE 3-4 YEARS
AGE 4-12 YEARS 

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