Aimed at nursery and primary, our early years forensic science workshops are an introduction to the world of science and how differences in people are used to solve crimes (mysteries). Students use hands on forensic techniques such as fingerprinting, teeth marks, footprints, hair, fibres and compu-fit identification to solve a well known fairy story or simple crime built around school.
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“Future Minds” is an exciting extension of our early years workshops, in addition to the workshop we supply a kit for use during the remainder of the week. The kit encompasses many areas of the curriculum and includes simple to use giant magnifyers, smell stations, early years microscopes, animal paw prints, fingerprint overlays, hand hygiene equipment, giant tweezers, sorting equipment and much more. The kit is supported by teachers notes, worksheets and even assesment/observation sheets. The kit is returned at the end of the week.
“Thank you for delivering such stimulating workshops earlier this week . everyone enjoyed them and we used these as a basis for follow up work . We ended science week celebrating our success in an assembly attended by our local MP.” Susan Cotter, Short Heath Primary School, Birmingham Full day event Nursery, Reception and Primary Students aged from 3 to 11
“I was amazed at the length of time for which the children were engaged. The workshop was pitched at just the right level and the children fully understood what they were doing. We loved it. Thank you.”