Midterm campsBOOKING NOW OPEN!! 1 day camps during February Midterm Break (Thurs 21st & Fri 22nd Feb) 10 am - 3 pm Early bird & Multiple booking discounts available At venues across the country Investigate the science behind the magic as you explore the world of Harry Potter. Learn how to create the best potions, make colour disappear; create your own perfume formula; dragon blood recipes and more… Early Bird discounts available until Jan 31st Early bird prices €40.50 for 1, €76.95 for 2 and €101.70 for 3 Full prices €45 for 1, €85.50 for 2 and €113 for 3 ...For primary school children aged 6 - 12 years
Teen Science CafésFancy meeting up for more science activities through the year? Aug 14 - Trip to W5 Science Centre, Belfast Sept 29 - Genetics Workshop 2.30 - 5.00 Nov 1 - Electronics Workshop Mount Merrion 2.30 - 5.00; Lifetime lab Cork 9.30 - 2.30 Dec 1 - Christmas Science Workshop 2.30 - 5.00 Feb 20 - Engineering Workshop 2.30 - 5.00 Apr 17 - Chemistry Workshop 2.30 - 5.00 for Teens aged 13 - 15 years
Easter Camps 2019
Science camp during Easter 2019
Suitable for children aged 5 -12 years.
More details to be announced.
Select the camp for you?
Teens13 - 15 years, typically students from 1st - 3rd year. Summer Camp runs from 9.30 - 2.30pm each day and includes a lot of team problem solving and design as well as individual experiments. Activities at other times of the year vary in duration.
MicroScientists10-12 year olds, typically children from 4th - 6th class. Camp runs from 10 - 2 each day and is filled with age appropriate experiments and challenges. If possible we use household materials for our experiments. Often the childern make models, etc which they can take home with them.
NanoScientists7 - 9 year olds typically children from 1st to 3rd class. Camp runs from 10 - 2 each day and consists of a variety of fun, interesting experiments and activities. Where possible we use regular household materials for our experiments. Most days the children make things to take home with them.
PicoScientists4 - 6 year olds, typically children from Junior and Senior infants. Children must have completed one year in primary school. Camp runs from 10 - 2 pm each day and consists of a variety of activities including science experiments, designing and making science toys, science games and worksheets. Most of our experiments use standard household materials so your children can demonstrate the experiments they have learnt about when they get home. Most days the children make things that they can then take home with them.
Camp RulesWe aim to have a few simple rules which everyone can understand. These are as follows:
Instructions from the leaders must be obeyed.
Everyone must be safety conscious at all times.
No one is allowed to leave the venue without permission from the leaders.