Our educational and immersive Workshops are perfect for the classroom, make fun additions to club meetings, and are great for parties.
Our science explorers emit an infectious enthusiasm when surrounded by children and adults alike: their passion for space science is catching. We come to you with everything needed to learn about space. Workshops last between one and a half and two hours and are presented with creative props and colourful graphics to help embed the message.
Ideal for school Space Topics, Science Week, STEM events, science parties and outreach education for home ed groups; our hands-on workshops are ideal to lock-in knowledge, especially with hard-to-explain concepts.
Creative Space has developed a range of space-related workshops suitable for a mixture of Key Stages, plus the wider public audience including society and club meetings. Workshops can relate to a variety of topics and subjects, including space, light, colour, art, science and maths. Get in touch to discuss a best fit for your group.
Apollo Mission Day (KS1, KS2, KS3)
Classroom activities and experiments using real Moon rocks from NASA
Comet Workshop (KS2, KS3, KS4)
Learn about the Rosetta Mission, it’s famous icy companion, and make a real comet in an icy astro bake-off!
Eat the Solar System (SEN, EYFS, KS1, KS2)
Make a scale model of the Solar System and then eat it!
Mission To Mars (KS2, KS3)
Learn about past and future missions, then make and launch a Mars lander
Build A Satellite (KS2, KS3, KS4)
Discover how satellites work, how much they cost to launch, then design and make one of your own
Evening Astronomy (SEN, KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4)
Look through telescopes and find out how they work
Earth from Space (KS2, KS3, KS4)
A workshop dedicated to Earth observing satellites and their role in investigating climate change
Eyes On The Sky (KS3, KS4)
Explore the electromagnetic spectrum and learn about the big telescopes of the future
Is There Anybody Out There? (KS2, KS3, KS4)
Discover far off solar systems, measure transits, and learn how to detect life on exoplanets
Space Weather (KS3, KS4)
An introduction to the science of space weather and its impact on Earth
Our Ever Changing Sun (KS2, KS3, KS4)
A study of the cycles and fluctuations of our nearest star
Universal Colour (KS3, KS4)
Find out what makes the colours in the Universe using the chemistry of colour
Orbital Motion (SEN, KS1, KS2)
A workshop dedicated to the Earth, Moon and Sun; the seasons, equinoxes, and phases of the Moon
Use the contact form below to get more info on these workshops or to enquire about booking or availability.