Science for Schools 2018
Over 6500 pupils from 90 schools enjoyed four fun filled days, making this another record-breaking year for our Science for Schools programme.
Alongside the ever-popular Discover Zone and MakerShack, the brand new CyberZone invited you to explore a digital world and tackle new technology.
Criminal Chemistry, Humans vs. Horses, Marine Machines and Adventures in Cyberland were just some of the hands-on workshops where pupils and teachers used science, technology, engineering and maths to crack codes, solve puzzles and even create hovercrafts.
Interactive and explosive shows investigated the most extreme environments on Earth (Our Wild World, Sea Soup) and elsewhere in the solar system (The Great Space Adventure), from the most natural (Gastronaut Extreme) to the height of modern technology (Smartphone Science), to name just a few of the fantastic experiences on offer.
If you didn’t make it this year why not have a quick look at our brochures for 2018, to inspire you to plan a visit in 2019.
What did the teachers say about our 2018 Festival?
Fun and educational! All fully engaged throughout!
Brilliant way to inspire students to be the scientists of the future!
Thoroughly engaging and fits with the current curriculum. Fun for every year group.
Well organised, energetic and enthusiastic staff, and loads to do and learn!
What did the pupils say say about our 2018 Festival?
My best bit was all of it.
Can we come back at the weekend?
It was really fun!
Cheltenham Science Festival 2019 is 4th – 9th June.
The programme and brochure will be online in January, and booking will open in early February.
Our Science for Schools programmes is supported by: