About Us

We provide amazing science birthday parties, science Easter , Hallowe’en and Summer science camps, science school shows and after-school science clubs, as well as corporate events and family festivals.

Our mission is to nourish a lifelong love of learning through science in all our children, (Junior Einsteins™) igniting their natural curiosity by providing exciting and engaging STEMexperiments, professionally delivered in a structured, safe, supervised, educational and fun environment.

Through our bespoke science-based programmes, develop children’s personal confidence and self-esteem. We promote creative thinking, teamwork, imagination and problem-solving abilities. We teach them “how to think…. rather than, what to think.” We think this best prepares them for the unpredictability of future challenges they will inevitably face in our constantly changing world.

Our Team

We have a fantastic team of science instructors who are the heart of Junior Einsteins, bringing a love of science and learning to children through fun hands-on, interactive science. Our wonderful science instructors encourage children’s natural curiosity and ignite their enthusiasm and creativity.

We have established Junior Einsteins™ as one of the leading STEM solutions service providers, both domestically and Internationally, through a network of professionally-managed, company-owned and franchised locations, providing the children in those countries with unrestricted access to the unique, bespoke methods and experiments we can provide. We’d like them to experience the significant personal benefits as promoted by the Junior Einsteins Science Club™ programme.

Our Founder

The founder of Junior Einsteins is Tracey-Jane Cassidy. Tracey Jane has an MA in science from Trinity College and an MSc from The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, but mostly she loves slime !#Howtomakeslime

Realising that her three children were not doing enough science in primary school prompted her to start her own business, Junior Einsteins Science Club™ Ltd. Tracey-Jane is passionate about science, communication and realising that her three children were not doing enough science in primary school prompted this single mum to start her own business. Junior Einsteins Science Club™ Ltd is now a global franchise. Tracey-Jane was shortlisted for IMAGE business woman of the year 2016 Ireland. She was winner of the First prize International VOOM 2018 Richard Branson Virgin Media Business Award and is also author of ‘Slime , Bubbling Potions & Exploding Rockets ‘ which is available on Amazon.

Operations Manager

Our Operations Manager is Annika Fuchs. She has a Nursing Degree and a Master in Education from the Otto-Friedrich University Bamberg (Germany), because of this she loves everything that has to do with anatomy but also making things explode (Ops was there meant to be foam everywhere?)

Annika has always had a passion for education and wants to provide as many children as possible with the same opportunities and chance to find their calling or interest. Having studied about learning theories and development gave her a better understanding for the urgency to provide experiences and exposure in STEM education to children as early as possible.

Activity Co-ordinator

Our Activity Co-ordinator with Junior Einstein’s Science Club, Katie Wyer.  Katie has a BSc and an MSc from Dundalk Institute of Technology. Here in Junior Einstein’s, Katie loves using our Van Der Graff, especially to electrocute our Barbie’s!

Katie always had a passion for teaching, but decided to opt for her love of science in college. During her time in DkIT, she became involved in a number of volunteer outreach programmes to teach children science. Katie even developed her own programme through an Undergraduate Research Programme with a team of students. Now part of the Junior Einstein’s team, Katie is able to pursue both her love of teaching, and her love of science. She loves bringing science fun to children of all ages, and also causing some explosions along the way (all planned, we promise)