Almost every family household these days will have had the dreaded conversation about kids being online too much. Parents worry as they don’t know what their kids are up to, kids get annoyed because their parents ‘don’t understand’… it’s a common situation that can end up in a lock of horns between both parties. It’s…… Continue reading e-Safety An adult’s guide
Happy new year to you all, we hope you had a fabulous break over the festive period despite the nasty bugs that seemed to be prominent everywhere it seems. We were also blessed with a bout of flu here at Adventure Science but glad to report that all is well and we are now…… Continue reading Online Safety – how much do you know?
Half term is nearly over and the evenings are rapidly drawing in. Halloween is upon us and the clocks have gone back. Here at Adventure Science we embarked on a new exciting experience this week. Rather than our usual model of us taking our business and knowledge into schools, we decided to take full advantage…… Continue reading The Big Adventure
As the new school year approaches and we brace ourselves for the autumn ahead, the Adventure Science team are back working even harder and preparing for a multitude of up and coming exciting projects! As a company, we are very much still in our infancy and are constantly being asked ‘so…what exactly is Adventure Science?’.…… Continue reading Adventure Science – Back to School
Chemical reactions are constantly occurring within our bodies as well as the world around us. Without chemical reactions, we would not function. But what are they? How do we explain what they are? And how do we show what they do? Not all reactions are whizz-bang type explosions as we might assume however, this sort of experiment is probably the best way to demonstrate what happens during a chemical reaction as it’s the most visible and…… Continue reading CHAIN REACTIONS
Yesterday Adventure Science embarked on their first real project – we have been planning this day for quite a while now so to be able to put all our learnings and training into practise with 90 year 7 children was both an exciting and daunting prospect.. did I mention 90 kids? Having packed the car…… Continue reading Adventure Scientists in the making.