Dunbar Science Festival 2013
Monday 11 – Sunday 17 March 2013
We are offering a full Education Programme as part of Dunbar SciFest 2013.
|Monday 11 –
Thursday 14 March
|Generation Science, the education outreach programme of Edinburgh International Science Festival, will be providing 25 workshops (4 age-specific themes) within the two campuses of Dunbar PS for 1,700 pupils from 5 cluster schools.
|Friday 15 March
5 Science stage shows for schools at Dunbar PS’s 2 campuses
- Lochend campus for 1,000 P4 – P7 pupils: 2 x Dr Bunhead “Dr Bunhead’s Exploding Energy Show”
- John Muir Campus for 1,000 Nursery & P1-3 pupils: 2 x Science Shows for Schools “The Best Bubble Show”
- John Muir Campus for 180 deaf and hard of hearing pupils from throughout Edinburgh & Lothians: 1 x Science Museum, London, SIGNtific show “Fantastic Forces” presented in British Sign Language.
||Dunbar Conversations evening event in Dunbar Community Centre: Guest panel & audience will be discussing ‘Supporting a Scottish Science Revival – stimulating our wee bairns to become inventors, innovators and super scientists’.
||Lennoxlove Book Festival, Dunbar SciFest & Dunbar Library evening event: Forensic Fiction – An evening with Scottish crime writer Lin Anderson and forensic psychologist Kathy Charles.
||Café Scientifique event in Dunbar Community Centre: ‘Enjoy a series of 4 short, snappy presentations on a selection of Scottish scientific research: Higgs Boson, Large Hadron Collider, Brain Scanning, and Marine Mammals”
In the meantime, you can download the full Dunbar SciFest 2013 Programme from our website: www.dunbarscifest.org.uk– click on the link below the App Store.
Please see below for the full programme information and the festival booking form
The Parent Council of Dunbar Primary School is organising an amazing weekend-long science festival for families in Edinburgh, the Lothians, the Borders and beyond.
We are building upon the phenomenal success of last year’s first event, where an extraordinary mix of 20 activities attracted over 2,000 visitors during the Sunday afternoon.
This year’s extended programme is fantastic, with 40 event providers delivering an incredible range of science shows, workshops, drop-in sessions, demonstrations and talks.
There are events to suit teenagers and even storytelling for the wee ones. Some of the shows are presented in British Sign Language and all the shows will be BSL/English interpreted.
Dunbar SciFest will take place over the weekend of Saturday, 10th March (10am – 5pm) and Sunday 11th March 2011 (12-5pm) in the John Muir Campus of Dunbar Primary School.
See our website, www.dunbarscifest.org.uk, for the packed programme, directions and travel information. The admission charge is £3 per adult and £2 per child, with Family Tickets (up to 5 kids) for £10 and a weekend Family Ticket for just £15.
Attached is a flyer for the Lennoxlove Book Festival which takes place 19-21 November. Copies of the flyer will be distributed to every school w/c 1 November.