The title of the walk: Sheffield: A Civilised Place Distance and approx. time it will take: 2¾ miles, 2½ hours The actual start point: Sheffield Cathedral forecourt (NGR SK 3539 8746) A guided walk along an easy going city centre discovery trail exploring how engineering has developed the city of Sheffield. You will see buildings and structures, various forms of transport (road, rail, tram and water) and the bridges they need. Also essentials like water and power. Date: tbc.
Fancy writing a guest post on a cool science blog? Your topic can be anything you choose so long as it's based on science and aimed at casual interest readers. I'm looking for co-contributors to my growing blog "The Average Scientist". Share your knowledge with others. Podcast interview opportunities available throughout 2023 too. Please contact me for further information.
HI everybody, I am Science Lead in a small, one form entry primary school, seeking a vibrant specialist/ enthusiast in alternative green energy sources! As part of British Science Week, KS2 are exploring the forms of green energy sources and how they can be used to support us. You will deliver a 30 min class discussion on the benefits of the wonderfully resourceful green energy sources 2023 has to offer! This talk will be delivered to approx 75 KS2 children. Many thanks :)
At Didsbury SciBar, we are looking for individuals or groups in a specialist STEM field who would like to share their experience and promote a subject to a wider audience. If you are a scientist, researcher, academic or passionate volunteer who would like to speak at one of our our established monthly events, either in-person at our Manchester venue or online please get in touch – we’d love to hear from you and hopefully schedule you into our calendar - https://didsburyscibar.co.uk/speak/
Seeking fun, engaging speakers to help develop and host 30 - 40min events alongside BFI IMAX screenings for Primary and Secondary schools. The BFI IMAX education programme is made up of 40min documentaries on a variety of subjects eg. Volcanoes, Oceans, Space, Wildlife and we are looking for speakers with knowledge of the curriculum and experience presenting to large groups to develop unique school events for Science week and across the year. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Come to Cornwall! I am looking into creating a week of STEM library talks for KS3 and 4, 11-16yr olds- thinking virtual talks by scientists, research activities using BOOKS!, and finding a way to engage them in BOOKS and STEM. Our STEM staff organised a week of daily STEM challenges which they ran each day and was a great hit- I imagine adding to this with virtual or physical visits from specialists, promoting books and/or careers. Any advice or offers greatly appreciated!
Any offers to help support us with ideas for Science week on the theme of time. Something that would excite nursery to year 6. As the theme is Time, any ideas about creating timers, sand timers, marble runs would be most useful! Thanks in advance