This is a fabulous, fun workshop aimed at encouraging anyone who is curious about space, the Universe and astronauts.
Join us to investigate the 'little to giant' steps taken to becomimg an astronaut and working on the International Space Station. We will be doing experiments exploring the senses and discussing the effects of microgravity in space. You will learn the importance of team work and how to control robot arms. We will also be thinking about what is in our Universe.
We will share ideas how science has helped people launch into space and what this has achieved.
Please note that the workshop is for children only. We actively encourage adults to leave their children with us unless they need one to one support.
Please phone The Centre to make a booking 01323 832731
SPECIAL OFFER: Please note that the cost of the workshop is for the workshop only. If you would like to visit the Centre either after or before the workshop then you will have to purchase an entrance ticket. However, we are offering a special discounted rate of just £6 pp if admission to the Centre is purchased at the time of pre-booking a workshop (not including twilight workshops). This special offer admission applies to any adults who are dropping off children booked onto a workshop and who wish to stay in the Centre and any children within the same group that are not attending the workshop but wish to stay in the Centre (up to a reasonable limit).
FOR EXAMPLE: if the booking is for 1 child attending a workshop and staying in the Centre after the workshop, 1 child not attending the workshop and 1 adult, then you pay:
£12.75 for the workshop + £6 to stay in the Centre after the workshop = £18.75.
£6 for the adult
£6 for the extra child not attending the workshop
This discount only applies if pre-booked AT THE SAME TIME AS BOOKING THE WORKSHOP.
|Tuesday 11th August 2020||10:30||13:00||£12.75 per child (aged 6 - 8)|
|Tuesday 11th August 2020||14:00||16:30||£12.75 per child (aged 6 - 8)|
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