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In-School Science Workshops
and Assembly Shows 

Key Points:

Takes Place in Schools During Term-Time and Highlight of your Science Week
  Fun, Take-home, Hands on and Demonstration-Based STEM Experiments

 Appropriate for Every Child in the School and Curriculum Linked

  10 Years Experience and Member of the British Science Association

   Staff Enhanced DBS Checked, Fully Insured and Risk Assessed

 Price upon Enquiry and Discount for Early Booking

Please Note: we have a large team of experienced staff and multiple offices – we are not a ‘one-man band’ science presenter.


Congratulations busy Teachers!  Your search to find the best Science Workshops is at an end MN Science is the undisputed ultimate Science Week Workshop planner! We’re also a longtime Official Affiliate Member of the British Science Association.

Our super fun science workshops are equivalent to in class science field trips and are the highlight of your science week (don’t take our word for it check out the teacher reviews below.

After 10 years we pride ourselves on being the safest, most reliable and best value for money provider

Our trained professors bring in all the specialist equipment that they use to create fun, enquiry based learning = edutainment!

All you do is provide the classroom and we even do all the planning around your school timetable.

We have workshop topics to cover all aspects of the primary science curriculum within awesome chemistry, biology and physics. Including, forces, invention, colloids, ecology, volcanoes, evolution, gases, colour theory, communication, engineering and advances in technology, anatomy and many more.

Parents also receive a top secret science sheet after every session telling them what their child has done and other experiment to continue the science at home.

Next – Choose Your Topic

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Choose Your Science Day Workshop Topic

Select a Science Day Workshop Topic for your Science Day Workshop!

Each topic is fun hands-on and enquiry based, are linked to the National Curriculum and cover a branch of Natural Sciences of Biology, Chemistry and Physics. You can choose one per science day!

Please find topic descriptions below.


Journeys!   New for British Science Week 2019 – The Official Theme!

(Physics Fun!)

The First Law of Thermodynamics states, “Energy cannot be created or destroyed”. Through a series of fun demonstrations and experiments we investigate the energy journey and see how energy can be stored, transferred, and what happens when energy is released, by taking a look at surprising springs!

We reinforce this learning as each child makes and decorates their very own take-home Super-Cool-Spring-Dragster – an elastic potential energy wooden car, powered by a wind-up spring.

Super Slime! School Favourite!

(Chemistry fun!)

Proven to be one of the pupils’ favourites, the Slime Workshop is an exploration of ‘states of matter’ introducing ‘colloids’ and ‘polymers’ whilst exploring the chemistry behind gooey stuff!

Each child makes and takes home their own special coloured slime pot!

Exploration and Discovery!  School Favourite!

(Biology and Physics fun!)
Want to go into space? Then you need our Astronaut Training Workshop! First we brainstorm the ideal qualities a space explorer needs, then test their astronaut skills with a spacewalk to repair a rocket. Every child makes a jet-powered Super-Duper Rocket Shooter, while learning about forces. For older pupils we expand the enquiry to include air pressure, gravity, and air resistance.
They won’t quite be ready for NASA, but will be buzzing with ideas to continue the exploration and discovery theme.

Green Earth! – School All-Time Favourite!

(Biology fun!)

Pupils find out how cool plants really are! Using spectacular chemical demonstrations and experiments, they experience firsthand the significance of the ‘greenhouse effect’.

Pupils  see renewable energy in action by making their own take home ‘Solar Powered Oven’.

Explosive Earth! – School All-Time Favourite!

(Chemistry fun!)

Pupils explore Earth’s amazing layers and how the crust gets destroyed and re-generated through trenches and volcanoes. They go on to experience its power through an explosive ‘jet pack fuel’ and ‘elephant toothpaste’ volcano experiment.

Each pupil creates their own ‘mini volcano’ and watches the chemical reaction erupt!


(Physics fun!)

We take pupils on a journey from the basics of communication to present day technology. Hands on experiments include sound wave ‘tube tubas’, radio wave ‘walkie talkies’, S.O.S. coding using light bulb circuits and even ‘fibre optic lights’.

Our mini investigators make and take home their own ‘Mini Wave Signal Cannon’!


(Physics fun!)

Pupil visit the key concepts of ‘Newton’s 3rd law of motion’ and ‘Friction’. Through cool experiments like the ‘skateboard challenge’, ‘chemistry rockets’ and the ‘locking book’ we discover how these concepts assist athletes when competing in sporting events and how it helps everyone in their daily lives.

Every pupil makes a ‘friction sprinter’ which they get to race at the end- but who will win Gold?


(Biology fun!)

The children learn about the different parts of the brain, their functions and their purpose. We will show that the cerebrospinal fluid and the skull protect the brain from sudden impact. Through a series of short activities, students will discover which side of the brain they use the most! They will see just how good their memory is, try to keep their balance and better understand the sense of touch! They will also investigate why two eyes are better than one!  The children will then make their own colourful brain hats!

Dry Ice!

(Chemistry fun!)

Pupils will learn about the properties of Carbon Dioxide and how cool the gases are through a variety of spectacular ‘Dry-Ice’ experiments, including:  ‘tasting’, ‘giant bubbles’, ‘balloons’ and ‘popping corks’ – to name but a few.

Pupils go home inspired by the coolest gas in the world and the unforgettable experience of tasting fizz without having drunk any liquid.


(Biology fun!)

This workshop explores the question of why living creatures have adapted to be the way they are and offers children an exciting introduction to Darwin and his theories.

Each pupil makes and takes home an ‘adaptation butterfly’ – but will it have the correct adaptations to survive?

The Colour of Light!

(Physics fun!)

Pupils will rediscover just how the famous historical scientists Francesco Maria Grimaldi and Sir Isaac Newton identified colour and where it comes from. They experiment with Newton’s colour wheel, the properties of different metals and discover how rainbows are created.

All pupils will try on our ‘Rainbow Diffraction Glasses’ which miraculously break-up white light into its component colours. For a small extra cost, these ‘prisms that you can wear’ can be given to children as a fantastic take home!

Invention and Discovery!

(Physics fun!)

We show pupils through inquiry, discussion and practical activities that anyone can become an inventor. Using the pneumatic tyre on a bicycle as an example, pupils explore how even the simplest inventions can change the world.

All Pupils get hands on, make and take home their own ‘Pneumatic Pressuriser’.

Explore the Future!

(Physics fun!)

We take pupils back to the future to look at Da Vinci’s transport inventions. Then we go forward in time, beyond the present, to explore the Hyperloop Theory; which uses the concepts of magnetism, propulsion and air pressure.  An exciting alternative method of futuristic travel.

All Pupils get hands on, make and take home their own ‘Supersonic Stomp Rocket’.


(Physics fun!)

We learn about the Four Fantastic Forces of Flight; Gravity, Lift Thrust and Drag through a fun game. Then discover the power of Frank Whittle’s turbojet engines and explore the Bernoulli effect.

Each child will receive a polystyrene glider which can be constructed in the workshop or later in class.

Topics Key:

Biology Fun!
Children study living organisms, divided into many specialized fields that cover their morphology, physiology, anatomy, behaviour, origin, and distribution.This includes plants and animals of a particular area and human biology: the physiology, behaviour, and other qualities of a particular organism or class of organisms.

Chemistry Fun!
Children explore the branch of science concerned with the substances of which matter is composed, the investigation of their properties and reactions, and the use of such reactions to form new substances.

Physics Fun!
Children explore the branch of science concerned with the nature and properties of matter and energy. The subject matter of physics includes mechanics, heat, light and other radiation, sound, electricity, magnetism, and the structure of atoms.

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Whole-School Science Assembly Show

Probably the Greatest Science Show on Earth! 🌍🎆😎

These 20-30 minute shows are designed to entertain up to a whole school hall of children with spectacular science demonstrations and discussions to inspire their curiosity and imagination on science and are the highlight of your schools next science week!

Choose one of the great shows listed below!

Epic Energy Journey Show!  New for British Science Week 2019 – The Official Theme!

The Instructor has come fresh from the laboratory and wants to test out lots of experiments. These experiments revolve around energy and chemical and physical changes, including combustion. Paper notes are burned, carbon dioxide is produced and balloons are being popped. Some of the science topics include: Energy transfer, heat, chemistry, Laws of Thermodynamics, liquids and gases. Children will develop skills in observation, testing and making conclusions through interactive demonstrations.

Exploration and Discovery Show! – School All-Time Favourite!

Our Mother Nature Science astronaut leads the whole school assembly on a virtual trip into space.
With audience participation, and exciting demonstrations this assembly is the perfect start to a day of Exploration and Discovery.
We look at what humans need to survive in space, with a fun Rule of 3 demo. Then investigate the equally important conundrum – how do you spend a penny in a space suit!
Then we send our stunt-double astronaut into zero-gravity and end with an explosive rocket fuel finale.

Science Challenge Show! – School All-Time Favourite!

Can our daring Mother Nature Scientist complete the fiendishly tricky Science Challenges?
With audience participation and exciting demonstrations we investigate sounds and make a bucket sing, discover why bubbles are lazy then make an enormous head-swallowing bubble, and finally we create an exploding dessert with a custard powder cloud!

Super Hero Show!

The Instructor has been watching a lot of movies about superheroes lately and has decided that maybe he/she could be a superhero too – all they need to do is figure out what they might be really good at, and use science to make some adaptations – everything from spinning fast enough to knock villains out of the way, to covering themselves in slime, to propelling themselves across the room with a flammable gas, to conducting electricity.  Instructors present a range of science topics through exciting demonstrations. Some of the science topics include: air pressure, chemistry, balance, Newton’s Laws of Motion, electricity, the Bernoulli principle, strong shapes and mathematics.

Fantastic Flight Show!

Children get an insight into flight. They are inspired by local British scientists and focus on the work of Frank Whittle and the jet engines. They will witness highly visual and entertaining experiment performed by the instructor which highlight the forces behind lift.The children are fascinated by seeing experiments using parachutes and leaf blowers and they are surprised by the power of air and nappy bags!

Cool Communication Show!

This communication themed assembly will have the instructor taking the audience through the origins of communication. Using sound (tube tubas), fire (flash paper), smoke (fog machine & Airzooka) and electronic equipment the instructor will call up volunteers to take part in this interactive assembly

Invention and Discovery Show!

Children get an insight into the history of Inventions! They will discover what major transportations have been discovered and what the forces they need to overcome to get faster. They will witness highly visual and entertaining experiment performed by the instructor which highlight these forces.

Explore the future Show!

Children get an insight into the history of transportation and Friction! They will discover what major transportations have been discovered and what the forces they need to overcome to get faster. They will learn the differences forces which affect our modes of travel. They will be inspired by Da Vinci’s designs and Newton’s Third Law. They learn the science behind the experiment performed by the instructor with links to rollercoasters.

Awesome Olympics Show!

The Instructor is excited about the Olympics and wants to explore the science behind the event using lots of experiments.  These experiments revolve around energy and chemical and physical changes, including combustion. An Olympic torch is created, carbon dioxide is used to replace a starter’s pistol, and friction is used to run a race.

School Testimonials 

We just wanted to let you know about some fantastic Reviews we have  received about our Science Day Workshops this year.

Every school Science Day Workshop Day we do, are sent a feedback email. This is how we have been able to constantly improve all workshop elements.

Southwark Park Primary
Explosive Earth! Science Day Workshop – Feedback from Wayne Chan

“The workshop was very engaging for all of the children but the children also learnt a lot! The Mother Nature leader managed the children really well alongside giving them lots of scientific information. The children loved that they could take their volcano home!  The children learnt about how volcanoes are made and how the Earth has changed over time. The children were asked to repeat some of the scientific terms and were involved in questions and answers. It was very entertained for the children, they were hooked! The children were given very clear instructions about the materials that we were going to use and how they themselves should be handling the equipment. The instructor was very flexible with timings.” She was great! Very enthusiastic and happy to answer questions from the children! Brilliant workshop, thank you!”

Rating: 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Would you Recommend Us? – Yes!

Iqra Primary
Dry Ice and Slime! Science Day Workshop – Feedback from Ayesha Ansani

“Excellent and hands on!” Thank you for inspiring young pupils to be the next generation of scientists! We will definitely book you again next year.”

Rating: 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  Would you Recommend Us? – Yes!

St John’s School
Green Earth! Science Day Workshop – Feedback from Chris Lawrence

“The Boys really enjoyed it.  Good pace and the entertainer worked well with the boys. No safety issues.  Very clear and engaging!”

Rating: 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️   Would you Recommend Us? – Yes!

Haimo Primary
Slime! Science Day Workshop – Feedback from Amelia Long

“Thank you very much, your workshops were a great end to our science week.”

Rating: 4/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  Would you Recommend Us? – Yes!

Bensham Manor School
Explosive Earth and Dry Ice! Science Day Workshop – Feedback from Philip Pikula

 “Instructors did well to cater for the different levels / abilities as best as they could. The majority of the children really enjoyed the workshops and the assembly was engaging and entertaining. Both instructors interacted with the children really well. Communication was very good”

Overall Service Rating: 4/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️   Would you Recommend Us? – Yes!

Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School, Roehampton
Slime! Science Day Workshop – Feedback from Ms Brice     

“From feedback all children had a great time! Easy to book and organise an excellent day. It was great that I could phone and speak to somebody straight away when organising the workshop. I also liked how you worked around our timings. It was great how the instructor was on time and self sufficient which meant it all ran smoothly even though I wasn’t there on the day. From the feedback I was given all the chn had a great time and it was lovely that they could take something away with them. I would definitely book with mother nature again. A friendly, organised and efficient company. Great.”

Rating: 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  Would you Recommend Us? – Yes!

Dewhurst St Mary C of E Primary School, Hertfordshire.
Invention and Discovery Science Day Workshop – Feedback from Assistant Head, Peter Luck

“Children came away enthused having learnt something entirely new. Children loved it. Very knowledgeable and shared their love of science well with the children. Easy to book and organise an excellent day. A fantastic day providing lots of learning opportunities for the children from Reception to Year 6. Many thanks.”

Rating: 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  Would you Recommend Us? – Yes!

Cameron House School, Chelsea, London, SW3
Explosive Earth Science Day Workshop – Feedback from Deputy Head, Suzanne Haigh

“Even the head teacher learned something! Safety and general risk had clearly been considered through both the careful preparation of the resources and through the safety guidance . Vibrant, engaging, knowledgeable and enthusiastic. She tailored her delivery to the lower and upper schools separately and this was perfect. Very thorough and organised. Very easy to book and arrange a suitable selection of assemblies and workshops – we will definitely use you again. ”

Rating: 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  Would you Recommend Us? – Yes!

More Testimonials and Reviews – Livestream!

Please find below up to date livestream of  Reviews, from our public online feedback provider FeeFo.

Images – Livestream!

Please find below up to date livestream of children having fun at our Holiday Camps, courtesy of our Instagram page.

Every Workshop Enquiry Form Submitted Now Includes a FREE Downloadable –
Teachers Top 10 Tips Guide for Organising a Science Week Event 

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Why Choose Mother Nature Science for your Science Week Workshops !?!  ☟

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School Science Week  Workshops Updates

British Science Week 2019

British Science Week 2019 Dates

Mother Nature Science is delighted to advise Science-Day Workshop dates for British Science Week March 2019 (08 -15 March 2019).

Historically these will be fully booked by the end of this month November 2018 – so please do not delay in reserving your date reserve your date now 

> Friday 08 March 2019
> Monday 11 March 2019 (almost full):
> Tuesday 12 March 2019
> Wednesday 13 March 2019
> Thursday 14 March 2019
> Friday 15 March 2019
All March 2019 dates will fill up quickly.

British Science Week 2019 Booking

We would also like to give you advance notice for annual booking – specifically for “Mad-March” British Science Week – which is usually fully booked by the end of December every year!

‘Exploration and Discovery’

The theme for this year’s British Science Week is “’Exploration and Discovery’”.

Our Topics that can relate to this include:

1.       Green Earth! (Biology fun!)
2.       Super Slime!(Chemistry fun!)
3.       Adaptation! (Biology fun!)
4.       Explosive Earth! (Chemistry fun!)
5.       Invention and Discovery! (Physics fun!)
6.       Explore the Future!(Physics fun!)
Click Here to choose your Topic

Every Workshop Enquiry Form Submitted Now Includes a FREE Downloadable –
Teachers Top 10 Tips Guide for Organising a Science Week Event 

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Quick Science Day Workshops Enquiry Form

We make it hassle free for you to organise your Science Week Day Workshops. We come to you with all the kit and staffing to perform a whole day (or days), of hands-on enquiry based 30min workshops with every child in the school. We have workshop topics to cover all specific aspects of the primary science curriculum . There is no minimum or maximum amount of workshops you can book, as we can perform multiple days or send multiple instructors for a single day. All we require from you is a single classroom with tables and chairs reserved for the entire day.

Every Workshop Enquiry Form Submitted Includes a FREE Downloadable –
Teachers Top 10 Tips Guide for Organising a Science Week Event


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