Science Workshops

for Primary Schools

Available dates always book up fast, so make sure you get the date you want and book for next term now!

Private Tutoring

We provide tutoring for students in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics up to GCSE level, and mathematics at A -level.

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If you are ready to book a school workshop, visit our online booking system - select an available date and follow the on-screen prompts.

Visit to the Whipple Museum in Cambridge

Working Science visited Cambridge to the Whipple Museum to see some early Newtonian telescopes made by William Herschel in around 1790, and some early electromagnets. We also had a quick look in the Radio Astronomy Department in Cambridge University, to learn about their work developing new antennas for radio astronomy.


Faraday Museum at the Royal Society in London

There are lots of examples of early electromagnets made by Michael Faraday in the Faraday Museum at the Royal Society in London. He was a pioneer in the field of electromagnetism. It must have taken months to wind these electromagnets. He discovered how to generate electricity by moving magnets near metal wires, and how to make electromagnets by coiling wires, examples of which can be seen in this museum. You can also see what his science laboratory looked like where he made his amazing discoveries. Its worth a visit if you are interested in electricity generation and electromagnets and other inventions from members of Royal Society.

Our Personal Data and Consent Policy

We ask people to positively opt in to allow us to use of their Name and Address, job title, and e-mail address and telephone number for the purposes of delivering a science workshop or sending marketing information about our services.

We will specify why we want the data and what we’re going to do with it.

We keep a record of when and how we got consent from the individual or organisation.

We will keep a record of exactly what they were told at the time.

We tell individuals they can withdraw their consent.

We make it easy for people to withdraw consent and tell them how.

We regularly review consents to check that the relationship, the processing and the purposes have not changed.

We have processes in place to refresh consent at appropriate intervals, including any parental consents.

We do not sell data to third parties.

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Science Club

If you are interested in having an Afterschool Science Club in your school. Ask your school to get in touch with us.

Each week we do practical science experiments covering different aspects of science, from electricity generation to making slime and perfumes.

There is no lower limit to the number of children but 15 is a good manageable number of children in each session.

Our Afterschool Science clubs run for 1 hour after school one day a week.

Our afterschool clubs in Newick Primary, Shipbourne Primary, Claremont Primary and Buxted Primary Schools have all been well attended and enjoyed by the children.