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Anita Loughrey - Speaker (paid)

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!

Ann Larkham - Speaker (paid)

Innovative and challenging cross-curricular K'NEX workshops that aim to inspire and engage the next generation of scientists, technologists, engineers, mathematicians and entrepreneurs. The workshops provide the opportunity for the development of communication, teamwork, problem solving, critical thinking, time management and fine motor skills. The workshops use active learning and support Curriculum for Excellence.

Jerry Stone - Speaker (paid)

I give presentations on astronomy and space exploration all over the UK, and I give talks for schools' careers fairs. I also present space workshops for schools all over the UK, at both primary and secondary level. They include Space Is Big, Mission To Mars, The Great British Blast-Off, and Build The Space Station. 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of the first men on the Moon - a perfect opportunity to excite and inspire students with STEM activities. Contact me for more information.

Jon Wood - Speaker (paid)

‘School of Water Wizardry’ We dance as water molecules, forming ice and explaining density; We prove teachers wrong by taking water sub-zero; We stretch, bend and split water. When we’re ready, we’ll blow it up! Everyone graduates. Typically one hour, demo-based show suitable for primary, KS 3 & 4, family or large audiences.

Leah-Nani Alconcel - Speaker (free)

Leah-Nani Alconcel - Speaker (paid)

Nick Sayers - Speaker (paid)

I make art inspired by science, often using everyday materials: drawing machines from bicycles, long-exposure pinhole cameras from aluminium cans, spherical sculptures from recycled waste, a guided tour of the Solar System by bike. I run workshops with these activities, and give public talks about my work.

Mario Di Maggio - Speaker (paid)

Immersive Theatres is a mobile digital planetarium service for all ages specialising in astronomy, cross-curricular learning, headset-free VR, new media art, entertainment and exploration of the 360˚ digital medium. We offer the largest catalogue of 360° films in the world, shared (headset-free) VR experiences and presenter-led astronomy shows by engaging and experienced science communicator Mario Di Maggio (BSc, PGCE), who has 25 years experience in non-formal science education.

Niamh Shaw - Speaker (free)

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Matthew Tosh - Adviser

Health and Safety advice for science festivals, high-profile stage shows and demonstrations, including reviewing risk assessments. I’ve won repeated commissions for my proactive approach at bridging the gap between what a performer wants to do and legal H&S obligations. My risk assessments and H&S processes are trusted as being thorough by both my firework and science communication colleagues. Previous clients include Cheltenham Festivals and Greg Foot.

Sphere Science Limited - Speaker (paid)

Anyone for lively, practical science? Our range of primary and secondary workshops focus on chemistry/materials and physical properties and are directly linked to the national curriculum. In our inspiring sessions pupils discuss, investigate and think scientifically. Early Years to Key Stage 4, anywhere. www.spherescience.co.uk

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