The "Ever Wondered Why?" Roadshow visits Stimulating Physics Network Schools that receive support from a Teaching and Learning Coach.
Our roving Roadshow coordinator offers a programme of stimulating, engaging and interactive sessions to two different year groups (KS3, 4 or 5) per visit. Each session can be adapted to meet the needs of each school and will be accompanied by preparation lessons and follow-up activities. Designed to enthuse students about physics and the world around them, the shows work with group sizes of 10--300. They cover a range of topics, from the size of the universe to optical illusions, and low-temperature physics to how CERN works -- all with the aim of persuading pupils that physics is an important and valuable part of what they study at school and beyond.
For more information about the Stimulating Physics Network, visit www.stimulatingphysics.org
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