Andy Seed is the author of factual books which put the fun into reading. He’s a Blue Peter Book Award winner, wildlife writer and specialist in engaging reluctant readers. He can't wait to meet your class!
Take a whistle-stop tour through the digestive system and discover how our food goes from chew...to poo! Your class will be left feeling amazed (and possibly a little disgusted!) at what our bodies can do.
Castles. Magnificent, impressive, spectacular. Maybe not if you’re a castle ditcher. Reginald William Groundsbury will have your class giggling as he shares the secrets of his castle: the good, the bad and the ugly!
Learn how to be a fossil detective, meet some amazing ancient creatures (well, bits of them!), and play a game or two, in this prehistoric science session exploring fossil bones, teeth, shells & much more.
Solids liquids and gasses aka states of matter. From freezing to condensing, evaporating and melting, your class will have a solid(!) understanding by the end of this informative and entertaining session.
Rocks are everywhere and soils are below us. There's different sorts and so many wonders: granite, slate and chalk all form in different ways and places. And of course ... fossils! So simple and yet marvellous!
Pay an explosive virtual visit to the Wonderstruck workshop and their expert scientists. You will explore different types of energy and how we use them to do useful work. Get ready for an incredible show!
In 1906, Emily Davison joined the WSPU, a little-known group for ‘mad’ women who were campaigning for female suffrage. Little did she know the impact her actions would have on the world in the years to follow.
Mary Anning was only a little girl when she sold sea shells on the sea shore... Her prehistoric passion resulted in her making of the most exciting fossil discoveries of all time! A truly inspirational female scientist.
Jeanne Willis is an award-winning children’s author with over 400 titles published world-wide. These include The Bog Baby, Dr Xargle, Who’s in The Loo and Tadpole’s Promise. Meet Jeanne and the famous, Bog Baby!
On April 15th, 1912 a huge ship struck ice and the rest is history. The disaster that followed is widely known but the final movements of Titanic’s Captain, Edward Smith, remain a mystery to this day...
Electricity is a wonder. There is magic to be had learning both how it works and how we use it. Your class will be electricity experts after this awesome visit. Different sessions for year 4 and year 6.
Danny Purvis is an Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth Medalist in Men's Artistic Gymnastics! He's a member of Team GB and in 2019, he retired from competitive gymnastics. Listen to his incredible story.
Lift off planet Earth as Dr Ken takes you on a voyage of discovery around the solar system. Discover if the Moon is made of cheese and what it takes to be an astronaut. An amazing addition to your space topic.
Badminton player Lauren Smith achieved her dream of becoming an Olympian in 2016. She has since reached a 7 in the world, won the European Championships, won 5 Commonwealth medals and 9 National titles.
Adam and Charlotte have written nearly 200 books including the award-winning Spaghetti with the Yeti, Party for Dads and the Comet Street Kids reading scheme – widely used in schools all over the world!
Richard is a multi-award winning, Romani storyteller, author and national literacy hero. He delivers sessions in schools across the UK. He is passionate about literature to promote inclusion and social mobility.
The industrial revolution changed Britain and those living in it. For those working in the magnificent but dangerous cotton mills, life was tough. There were loud machines, low pay and terrifying bosses!
In this session on blood, the heart and the circulatory system, pupils will discover the different components of the blood and its functions, how it is transported around the body and take a close up look at a heart!
Known for their fierce battles and ambush when they arrived in England, the Vikings are not to be messed with. Your class will receive a call from a real Viking warrior – he’s loud, proud and ready for war!
Mary Seacole was a nurse and businesses woman. She ran the British Hotel, which she set up in Crimea, to help poorly and recovering soldiers. She was so loved and affectionately names ‘Mother Seacole’.
Sophie is a GB Wheelchair Basketball player and captained the team at the Rio Paralympics. She's a World and European Silver Medalist and is training for the Tokyo 2021 Paralympics, aiming for a medal!
The Stone Age lasted 2.5 million years and paved the way for life as we know it. From shelters to farming, we have a lot to thank our prehistoric ancestors for. Call a real life caveman and listen to his story!