David Hammerson, director of STEM learning provider Science Boffins, explains how its dramatic experiments and demonstrations can liven up your classroom...
Are you looking for different ways to entertain your children this summer holiday? How about throwing a fun and interactive science party for all their friends?
Looking for new and different ideas for your school summer fete? Need to offer exciting options to your PTA to make this summer’s fair the best yet? Want 100% guarantee that children have as much fun as the adults? Look no further than Science Boffins!
Science Boffins are proud to have a great reputation for delivering fun and interactive entertainment at school summer fairs and fetes across the UK.
We are on a mission to get children excited about the wonders of science from a young age through our interactive, educational and fun science workshops and demonstrations.
As part of our mission, we work with Learning Assisted Schools (LAS) across the UK. Over the past 12 years, we have been specially selected by charities, schools and individuals to entertain and educate their children at Learning Assisted Schools (LAS) and Special Educational Needs (SEN) schools.
At Science Boffins, we love British Science Week as it enables us to bring our award winning and interactive workshops, assemblies and events to even more schools across the UK. This year was no different. From Truro to Glasgow, our Boffins delivered exciting science events at primary schools to over 53,000 pupils – that’s more than we ever have before!
National Science & Engineering Week – Science Boffins are ready – are you? If so please don't delay in making your booking! Prime dates are being snapped up very quickly.
Hello, fellow Science Boffins! When we aren't entertaining doing Science Parties and School Science Shows, and Workshops we love making fun things for you to use. So, would you like to learn a little more about robots? Have a look at this neat timeline that will let you learn about robots that are over 500 years old as well as letting you see modern day robots that can play table tennis, football and explore far off planets.
Science Boffins have been excited by the demand for their parties and presentations in England and Scotland, so much so they have decided that they will extend their operations.
Those Techs in the Science Boffin's lab have been busy again. They have dreamed up a whole new bundle of fun for childrens party ideas.
Dry Ice proved so much fun as a half hour bolt-on the Boffins Lab was told to double the enjoyment. And, do you know what they came up with? Yes, you've guessed it - they made package that lasts twice as long - one whole hour. That's 60 minutes of dry ice fun.
Hello fellow Boffins. Would you like the chance to win a free visit from a Science Boffin? If so, all you need to do is follow us on Twitter and let us know that you want the Boffins to visit. We will pick a winner at random and that person will receive a visit from a Science Boffin and enjoy a fun filled, spectacular science performance. The winner will be announced on Friday the 17th of May.
T&C’s: The science party provided will be our regular party which lasts one hour and is for a maximum of twenty children. Our Boffins are stationed throughout the country but the location of your party will need to be within a reasonable distance of your nearest Boffin; you can contact Science Boffins to find the location of your nearest Boffin. We will try our best to organise the science party for a date of your choosing but be aware that some dates may be unavailable.
For parents who feel left in limbo Science Boffins have developed a Little Imps' Party especially for kids aged from 4 to 6 years old.
It is a combination of 45 minutes science followed by 30 minutes of everyone's favorite - slime making. It is hard to imagine anything more fun than the science experiments turned into games by the Boffins. Hard that is until you get to the slime making. Pots of horrible green gunge stretched to breaking point again and again to the hoots of fun from the children.
Science Boffins have a full page devoted to this Imps Party. Tell us all how you kids enjoyed their's.