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David Hall - Speaker (paid)

Amazing interactive shows, STEM "busking", dynamic workshops - and more..! Available for schools, festivals and beyond - internationally..! For details visit www.davidhallworkshopsandshows.co.uk www.davidhallcoaching.com https://vimeo.com/davidhallworkshopsnshows or email davidshall@mac.com

Emma Ranade - Speaker (paid)

Emma Ranade is qualified science teacher and is passionate about getting primary children excited about practical science. She founded Fab Science to give every child the opportunity to get stuck in and be a scientist. Fab Science has delivered in-school workshops, events, parties and holiday activities to thousands of children. She designs every activity to stretch children's scientific thinking and spark curiosity...as well as being heaps of fun!

Matthew Tosh - Speaker (paid)

REAL SCIENCE OR JUST BANGS: THE SCIENCE OF FIREWORKS Explore the colourful and explosive world of pyrotechnics as Matthew deconstructs the science behind firework displays. He'll demonstrate how to create colours, different sound effects, shock waves and perfectly timed bursts in time to music, whilst ensuring that displays are safe. Fully customisable to fit your venue or event and featuring real indoor fireworks, this is an exciting and dramatic show featuring real science.

Rosalie Nathan - Volunteer

Sphere Science Limited - Speaker (paid)

Our hands-on, practical primary INSET days support the teaching of science enquiry and investigative skills. We aim to increase staff confidence in structuring investigations for themselves and in encouraging pupils to ask questions and look for answers. We design the day to meet the needs of each school's curriculum, focussing activities on materials and their properties and physical processes. Shorter courses are negotiable. www.spherescience.co.uk

Emma Osborne - Speaker (paid)

Emma Osborne is an astrophysicist and multi-award winning science communicator, who loves to communicate complex physics topics in a way which makes them accessible to everyone. Emma has worked with the London Science Museum, The Royal Society and the BBC, as well as regularly creating content for her popular YouTube channel 'The Extraordinary Universe', Instagram and Twitter.

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