Science Workshops

for Primary Schools

Available dates always book up fast, so make sure you get the date you want and book for next term now!

Private Tutoring

We provide tutoring for students in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics up to GCSE level, and mathematics at A -level.

Contact Us

Got a question? Click here to contact Working Science and get an answer.

If you are ready to book a school workshop, visit our online booking system - select an available date and follow the on-screen prompts.

Holiday Workshops

Our holiday workshops include fun, exciting experiments your children will never forget.  What better way to excite your children about science!

The workshops are suitable all your budding primary school scientists from ages 6-10 years and can accommodate up to 20 children per session.

Our fun activities include:

  • making and launching rockets
  • making ice cream using salt and ice
  • racing solar powered cars
  • making simple motors
  • ultra violet treasure hunt
  • making batteries from fruit
  • making hovercrafts
  • making perfume
  • making lipgloss
  • investigating flight - aeroplanes and helicopters
  • pin-hole cameras
  • static electricity
  • astronomy and eclipses
  • making rainbows
  • mirrors and reflections



Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to check dates of our next workshop and available places.

Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Mobile:  07504 691138

Science Club

If you are interested in having an Afterschool Science Club in your school. Ask your school to get in touch with us.

Each week we do practical science experiments covering different aspects of science, from electricity generation to making slime and perfumes.

There is no lower limit to the number of children but 15 is a good manageable number of children in each session.

Our Afterschool Science clubs run for 1 hour after school one day a week.

Our afterschool clubs in Newick Primary, Shipbourne Primary, Claremont Primary and Buxted Primary Schools have all been well attended and enjoyed by the children.