23rd February 2017
An enterprising group of science enthusiasts are using British Science Week (10-19 March) to launch an exciting new initiative to stimulate interest in the world of science. The 'Trinity Science Buskers' are made up of pupils from Years 4 to 13 whose aim is to share their enthusiasm for Science and Psychology with other young people aged 6 to 14 in school and the wider community.
Led by Mr Jones, the students will be starting their careers as Science Buskers with 2 events during British Science Week. The first will be a street-based event on The Triangle in the centre of Teignmouth on Saturday 11 March, from 10.30 to 12.00. It will be followed by another date at the Science Week Event in Teignmouth Pavilions on Sunday 19 March from 11.00 to 13.00.
The buskers will be entertaining children with a range of simple, safe and fun Science demonstrations and engaging visitors to the event in Science workshops. Demonstrations will include rockets, gravity-defying magnets, the mysteries of lava lamps and a whole series of other exciting, fun and educational activities that the young people can take part in.