Exploring Science Monday 12pm

Day: Monday

Time: 12pm

Suggested age: 10 – 14 years old

INCLUDED:

  • 1 x weekly live interactive lesson (term time and half terms)
  • Access to video link for 7 days after each lesson (not downloadable)
  • Access to members area to share child’s work and get teacher feed back
  • Optional additional learning activities, in between lessons
  • Weekly worksheets to print and use in the lesson
  • Independent learning activities during Christmas and Easter holidays

REVIEWS

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Why is the sky blue? Why do giraffes have long necks? What happens in a nuclear reactor? Explore the answers to these questions and many more through interactive and fun science lessons. This provides a foundation of knowledge to prepare learners for studying GCSE, all based around some of Science’s big questions and put into context of real world examples. This class is a fun mix of hands on experimenting with real science,  fun activities and questions that will make you understand things in a brand new way. These sessions inspire a love of science and build confidence in learners, allowing them to learn new things and enhance their skills as scientists.  

MEET THE TEACHER

MEMBERSHIP OPTIONS

Please be aware that you are signing up for an ongoing membership.  Payment gives you ongoing access to the member’s area and everything in the member’s area.  

FOR THIS REASON WE DO NOT OFFER REFUNDS. 

If you are not sure whether your child will want to attend the course for 4 weeks or more, we strongly recommend you choose the option to pay weekly so that you have the option to cancel at any time. You can cancel in your My Account section under Subscriptions

Choose to pay weekly or once every 4 weeks and sign up now!

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NO FINANCIAL TIE- IN, YOU CAN CANCEL AT ANY TIME.

Once your direct debit is set up, this course will automatically appear when you are logged into the website under the “My Courses” tab.  Here you will have access to the Zoom code and everything else you need, in the members area “Feed”.