The first stop of the day is the Science museum, students will get up close with all the exhibits including the Mathematic Gallery. This exhibit explores famous mathematicians and their ideas that have shaped our world. In the afternoon students will head over to the Natural History Museum which contains a range of changing exhibits on natural evolution through to earthquakes and unexplained theories.
Go deep into the mind of neurologist Sigmund Freud by visiting The Freud Museum, here students can find memorabilia and some of his unfinished theories. In the afternoon students will have their fingers on the buzzers for a British Museum Maths Challenge, in small teams they will battle it out to see who comes out on top!
On their final day, your students will discover modern day science in action at the CSI Forensic Workshop. They’ll later enjoy a 3D printing workshop specifically geared towards STEM, engineering and design. It’s here they’ll apply the latest technology to some modern-day problems and get to grips with the basics of 3D print.