During Science Week 2023, we would like each class in our primary school to have a visit from a science ambassador, where the children can hear an inspirational talk or take part in a workshop linked to their career and science. The children usually have lots of questions so the opportunity for these to be answered would be great. We would ideally like someone to come into school to speak to the children but we could also run the session online. Thank you.
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/
Looking for: Speaker (free) and Speaker (paid)
Primary school in Victoria seeking engaging, enthusiastic speakers/practical workshops/presenters for (mainly )British Science Week but also other times in the year- assemblies, talks, workshops welcome. If you have experience in STEM, we would love to hear from you!
We are looking for visitors to visit our 3 form entry primary school in Leicester and show year 3- year 6 all about the magic of Science. We would love to be able to have a whole school assembly involving the children which could then lead onto smaller workshops for some, if not all, of the children
Looking for: Speaker (free) and Volunteer
During Science Week 2024 (11-15 March), we would like someone in the STEM field to come and visit each class to show them the 'wow factor' in STEM subjects. The children -could hear an inspirational talk or take part in a workshop linked to a STEM subject. We would prefer someone to come and speak to the children face-to-face as they're much better engaged this way. Thank you very much.
At the Jurassic Coast Trust, we aim to engage as many people as possible with the magnificent Earth Science stories from the Dorset & East Devon World Heritage Site, England's only natural World Heritage Site. We are currently seeking speakers for a series of online talks to our members (and beyond) on Earth Science related topics. This could be an area of research relating to palaeontology or Geology, even better if relating to the Jurassic Coast too.
Looking for a presenter to showcase at our Science Week at St Peters Primary, Billiercay. Our theme is Time, following the guidance from Science Week. We are looking for an engaging speaker who can deliver a presentation to students from years reception up to Year 6 on Time. It will form part of our science week activities. It would be great if you could engage the pupils in activities during the presentation/be interactive with pupils.
Withernsea High School are looking to add a speaker to their British Science Week programme...is there anybody interested in visiting the seaside and helping us to engage and enthuse our budding 11 to 16 year old STEM geniuses? This years BSW theme is Time so any demonstration, presentation, workshop, etc that could link to this theme would be considered.
We are looking for volunteers to visit each of our classes regarding STEM careers. Ideally, we would like to challenge stereotypes and promote a positive attitude towards Science and STEM-related careers. We ideally would like volunteers to come into school but we would also be happy to arrange something virtually.
I am the science lead of a primary school in an incredibly deprived area of London. I am looking for someone engaging to come and talk to my pupils (aged 4-11) about their own experiences of working within STEM or around the theme of time (this years theme for British Science Week). I am passionate about raising the profile of science and ensuring I provide as many experience as possible to increase their science capital. Thank you!
For our 'delayed science week', we would like an introductory assembly to set off the week , where the children can hear an inspirational talk or take part in a workshop linked to their career and science. We would also love the opportunity to have some interactive workshops for some, if not all, year groups. This initial day would help to set the standard and excitement for the rest of the week and would really help in fully engaging the children with the wonders of science.