Events for schools
The Science Futures Programme features a large programme of activities especially for secondary schools.
Designed to complement the secondary school curriculum, these presentations, demonstrations and workshops are aimed at engaging pupils in north Wales of all abilities with science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). The programme is running from Monday 9th June through to Friday 18th July, with more details of activities being released soon.
Highlight events include:
- Engage your students with chemisty with the ‘Chemistry at Work’ STEM days on 1st July at Optic Innovations, St Asaph and 3rd July at Glyndŵr University, Wrexham Campus.
- For budding engineering students in year 9 upwards a visit can be arranged to see industy in action with a tour of a local industry. Our partners already include Deeside Power Station, Daresbury Laboratories, DRB Group and many more.
- Techniquest Glyndŵr are supporting the event by providing their workshops and shows, which cover many STEM areas, such as biology with ‘Journey into the Cell’, chemistry with ‘Exploring the Atom’, computer programming with ‘Robot Inventor’, physics with ‘Solar Power’ and Numeracy with the workshop ‘Animal Planet’.
‘Science Futures Programme’ is funded by the National Science Academy and organised by Glyndŵr University in conjunction with Techniquest Glyndŵr. Wrexham, Flintshire and Denbighshire secondary schools will be contacted with details of events soon, if you wish to register your interest before then please contact email@example.com.