21Jan GCSE Maths in Action: Bobby Seagull to lead session at maths enrichment day for KS4 students

GCSE Maths in Action: Bobby Seagull to lead session at maths enrichment day for KS4 students

Join author, TV presenter and teacher Bobby Seagull at GCSE Maths in Action for an exciting and thought-provoking presentation exploring the maths developed in the last four hundred years that is still important today. Bobby will select his dream team of four mathematicians and explain why each person deserves to [...]

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21Jan Materials engineer Dr Anna Ploszajski to lead session at Engineering in Action

Materials engineer Dr Anna Ploszajski to lead session at Engineering in Action

Materials Engineering is all about looking at stuff – metals, plastics, ceramics, glass, natural materials like wood, and composites like carbon fibre. We try to understand what makes these materials hard, soft, fluffy, squidgy, heavy, elastic or tasty, and once we know how they work, we can then start building [...]

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18Jan Art in Action: The Creative Process – Spring 2019

Art in Action: The Creative Process – Spring 2019

The Creative Process returns this spring for a day that promises to leave your students inspired, motivated and brimming with ideas! This exciting, visually stimulating day will introduce students to a whole range of exciting possibilities open to them in the world of art and design.  We are delighted that [...]

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6Dec Brand new Engineering in Action enrichment day

Brand new Engineering in Action enrichment day

Sixth form Students will hear from academics and working engineers who will tell them what it’s really like studying to be an engineer and the incredible challenges and opportunities engineers will face in the future at Engineering in Action on 24th June 2019.

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6Dec GCSE Maths in Action: Trigonometry turned up to 11

GCSE Maths in Action: Trigonometry turned up to 11

Discover how sine waves underpin every chugging guitar riff, what trigonometry has to do with Iron Maiden, and why metalheads in mosh pits are such a great example of statistics in action. Join Professor Moriarty (no really) and the rest of our team to take an off-beat look at some of the [...]

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6Dec The secrets of eternal life with Biology in Action

The secrets of eternal life with Biology in Action

Join us on March 1st 2019 for a very special day of biology where we really will discover the future. Andrew Steele will uncover the secret to extending lifespan, taking clues from the nematode worm and looking at the cutting edge of this futuristic field. Vivienne Parry will join us [...]

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6Dec Chemistry in Action spring special

Chemistry in Action spring special

We are delighted to welcome Professor Andrea Sella back to Chemistry in Action for a spring special on March 5th 2019. Andrea will be delving into the world of strange ice in his own unique style, enjoyed by all. Jamie Gallagher will return with his crusade for us to see [...]

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6Dec Announcing a new KS3 STEM programme

Announcing a new KS3 STEM programme

In response to tremendous demand, and because we know that the life-long love of STEM subjects starts with a spark at an early age, we are delighted to announce an exciting new programme for year 7-9 students in London.   KS3 STEM in Action is a half-day programme taking students [...]

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11Nov Frankenstein uncovered at Physics in Action

Frankenstein uncovered at Physics in Action

Kathryn Harkup will join us to mark the  200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein by looking at at how a real-life Victor Frankenstein might make his creature. How can physics help you dig up dead bodies? Can lightning really reanimate a corpse? All your monster making questions will be answered. [...]

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11Nov Biology in Action: Astrobiology – the hunt for alien life

Biology in Action: Astrobiology – the hunt for alien life

We are delighted to welcome Professor Lewis Dartnell to Biology in Action, who will ask the ultimate question – are we alone? From organisms that can live in the searing heat of a volcano to those that survive with no oxygen, extremophiles are fascinating anomalies of life on Earth – [...]

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