Free Virtual Assemblies
Fun Science offers free STEM science assemblies to primary, infant or junior schools located within the areas covered by our UK branches. Schools can chose from ‘Electricity’, ‘Chemical Reactions’ or a combination assembly. Read on to find out why we are offering our services for free or click here to find your nearest branch. We are currently offering free virtual assemblies where we can log in to your ‘zoom’, ‘teams’ or other online assembly. Still the same great experiments plus a chance for your pupils to ‘ask a scientist’.
Why is it free?
We love getting children interested in science and provide a number of services for schools including our five week after school programme. We hope that if you see how excited and engaged your pupils are during our assembly you will consider hosting the programme (which carries no cost to the school). If, after the assembly, you decide the club is not for you – no problem! Your pupils will have received an experience they may otherwise have missed out on and that is enough reward for us. You can read more about the after school programme and why we think we are the best company for your school here.
Are we eligible?
The assembly is free for all primary, junior or infant schools located near to one of our branches. All we ask is that you consider hosting the Fun Science after school programme afterwards. If you decide it is not for you or your pupils then the assembly remains completely 100% free. If you are unsure if you fit into our radius just ask. The assembly itself lasts for 15 minutes.
To find out if we cover your area, type your postcode into the box below.
We’re still not sure.
If you need any more information or would like to talk to anyone about the free assemblies either email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07708 214840. You can also read a great review of a fun science assembly by clicking here.
We’d like to go ahead and book a free science assembly!
Brilliant! If you would like to book an assembly please click here to find your nearest branch. You can then either call or email that branch directly.