Science Workshops and Badges
Here at Fun Science we have tons of experience of making science fun and are available to run science workshops for Guiding and Scouting groups, Girls’ and Boys’ brigade groups, home education organisations, youth groups, schools and pretty much any other organisation you can think of! Our sessions can be used to kick off a science week, help complete a badge or simply to give children a brand new experience.
Click here for more information about schools workshops or read on for more information about our science workshops for community groups including Scouting and Guiding badge specific workshops.
Scouting and Guiding
We have sessions designed to fulfill the requirements of the following science badges but if your badge isn’t listed then please do still get in touch as we may well be able to fulfill the requirements. We can also run sessions for Rainbows groups even though there is no specific science badge.
- Beavers: Experiment Activity Badge and Space Activity Badge
- Cubs: Astronomer Activity Badge and Scientist Activity Badge
- Scouts: Astronatuics Activity Badge, Astronomer Activity Badge, Scientist Activity Badge and Electronics Activity Badge
- Brownies: Inventing Badge, Space Badge and Aviation Badge
- Guides: Investigating Badge and Innovage badges
- Rangers: Animation Badge
Uniformed and community groups
Our wide range of equipment and enthusiastic presenters mean that your group will gain a completely new experience. We can either run a ‘best bits’ session with chemical reactions, electricity, slime making and sweet making or create a science workshop to fit in with your chosen topic.
Prices start from £90 and we offer discounts for charitable organisations and organisations booking more than one workshop.
Each workshop is suitable for 5-50 children and can be adapted to suit key stages 1 (ages 4-7), 2 (ages 7-11) or 3 (ages 11-14)
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