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St Anne's Primary School would like Science Week Ambassadors

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.

Wanted - My Science Fair 2024

Looking for: Speaker (free) and Speaker (paid)

Science Week at Primary school in Victoria London

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!

British Science Week

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

British Science Week

  • Role(s) wanted: Speaker (free), Speaker (paid)
  • Location: Withernsea, East Riding of Yorkshire
  • Date required: any school day between 8th march and 17th March 2024
  • Ad posted by: Ann Bell

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.

Delayed science week

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.