About this day
In three incredible sessions we will bring the excitement of STEM subjects to audiences using real world applications and future directions. We know that getting the fundamentals right at KS3 is key to later success and we want students to be engaged and curious from an early age. Join us for a programme of inspiration, exploration and experimentation!
Programme & speakers
Deep ocean lab Greg Foot, Science presenter and communicator
Join Greg as he takes us into the deepest darkest ocean, where we will discover the forces of physics that allow such exploration, the incredible biodiversity of the ocean and uncover the damage to the beating heart of our planet.
About Greg Foot
Greg is a very experienced & successful Science Presenter who hosts multiple BBC series on TV & Radio, has over 25 million views on YouTube, and performs spectacular science demo shows on stages around the world.
Exploring the elements Suze Kundu and Jamie Gallagher, Science Presenters
The periodic table has been an emblem of science for over 100 years. Behind this iconic classroom poster live tales of romance, murder, greed and wonder. Which element will make you reek of garlic? Why do we love gold? And what is the disgusting secret of antimony?
About Suze Kundu and Jamie Gallagher
Dr Suze Kundu and Dr Jamie Gallagher are materials scientists with a passion for science communication. They can be found on TV, on radio and live on stage.
What's not possible? Mike Ford, Chartered Engineer
Mike and his companion, Robot “4D”, will take you on an interactive, exciting and entertaining journey, highlighting real life engineering challenges from Apollo space shuttle, spaceX and of course land speed record breaking with Bloodhound SSC.
About Mike Ford
Mike is a Chartered Engineer with a passion to inspire future generations in subjects aligned to STEM.
Evidence hunters Alex Clegg, Sense About Science
Alex will provide an interactive session in the breaks using The Evidence Hunter activity pack from Sense About Science. Students will develop the skills needed to critically assess online claims and reduce the spread of false information.
About Alex Clegg
Sense about Science is an independent charity that challenges misrepresentation of science and evidence in public life. We ensure the public interest in sound science and evidence is recognised.