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10% sibling discount (second child onwards is entitled to a 10% discount)
10% multi-booking discount (second workshop onwards will receive a 10% discount)
DATES AND TOPICS COVERED
Topics and the order of activities stated are subject to change without prior notice.
TOPICS: WEEK FROM SUNDAY 5 JANUARY UNTIL THURSDAY 9 JANUARY 2020.
Sunday 5 January: Rocket Power
Children will learn about the different forces, reaction mass and Newton’s Laws of Motion.
Monday 6 January: Buildings and Structures
Children will learn about construction materials and how to compare the properties of each material.
Tuesday 7 January: Natural Disasters
Children will be challenged to learn not only about the causes of natural disasters but also how STEAM professionals monitor and reduce the amount of damage from natural disasters.
Wednesday 8 January: Brilliant Biochemistry
Children will learn about the purpose of enzymes, the structure of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) and the structure and function of biological molecules.
Thursday 9 January: At the Heart of the Matter
Children will learn about the structure and function of the heart and lungs and the circulatory and respiratory system.
TOPICS: WEEK FROM SUNDAY 12 JANUARY UNTIL THURSDAY 16 JANUARY 2020.
Sunday 12 January: Terrific Transportation
Children will learn about the design of roads and will construct model highways and about underground transport such as tramways and railways.
Monday 13 January: Chemistry and Energy
Children will learn about endothermic and exothermic reactions and bond energies. Children will make elephant’s toothpaste, ice packs and hand warmers in hands-on experiments and demonstrations.
Tuesday 14 January: Archaic Archaeology
Children will recreate fossilised faeces, examine the dietary habits of the past and make their own cave painting amongst many more. Children will ‘travel back’ in time from the prehistoric to more contemporary times.
Wednesday 15 January: A Sustainable Future
Children will build their own eco-friendly home, roof garden, wind turbine and air filter as they learn about scientific concepts behind climate change.
Thursday 16 January: Oceanography
Oceanography is the study of the ocean, including its ecosystems, waves and tides. In this session, children will complete activities such as modelling the different layers of the ocean, investigating the effects of waves on beaches and erosion. Children will also dissect a fish to learn about its anatomy and physiology.
Parents must arrive in time to register 10 minutes before the start of the session.
Richer Education works to strict adult/child ratio. Our standard ratio is 1:15.
We will be providing activities for children for them to analyse, evaluate, ask questions and use their imagination. Activities are varied in their content and pace; so that the children have an opportunity to use a variety of skills and learning styles. Activities should provide the children with challenge and, most importantly, fun.
POLICE CHECK, CHILD PROTECTION AND SAFEGUARDING
Our tutors are police checked to ensure we meet the requirements of our Safeguarding and Child Protection policies.