St. Annes National School, All Classes, After-School Science Club, 13th Jan-31th March, 3pm-4pm
We have a huge emphasis on FUN with lots of science explosions throughout!
If you have questions please contact us by email; email@example.com
No class the week of Midterm break in February or St. Partick’s Day (Friday, 17th March)
* Bookings are online only and on a first come first served basis
We teach children ‘How to Think, not What to think ‘, best preparing them for our ever changing world. We hope our ‘Junior Einsteins’ will build their love of Science in Primary School and choose science as a subject in secondary school and on to third level. We need more scientists !
Everything we do here at Junior Einsteins Science Club is because we are passionate about bringing STEM to young children in a fun filled high energy way. Our science clubs are very child-centric and all of our children are our ‘Junior Einsteins’ ! We nurture children’s natural curiosity & creativity. We inspire our ‘Junior Einsteins’ to use their imaginations, make a mess, explore and discover. We do this through fantastic interactive experiments from Slimy Slime where children learn about long chain polymerisation and Non-Newtonian fluids. A Barbie Doll gets a hair raising experience on a Van Der Graaf generator while children learn about voltage and current. Lighting a light sabre with a plasma ball we learn how electricity flows! We inspire our ‘Junior Einsteins to explore a broad range of STEM subjects learning by doing; Fossil making, Forensics, Arctic Animal Adaptations, Classification of Life, Rocket Races, Bug Hunts, Illusions and how cartoons are made, Geology and Volcanoes, Bernoulli’s effect and how planes fly, marine biology, quantum physics using Nerf guns. Chemistry ; PH Purple Power & Exothermic reactions making elephant’s toothpaste, coke & Mentos Geysers, Magnets, Light, Anatomy ,Giant Smoke Cannons, Engineering , covering STEM & STEAM areas. Learning through tons of fun! Children wear Lab coats and goggles! LOTS of OUTDOOR Fun especially in summer term 3 !