Franklin’s Young Inventors
Franklin’s Young Inventors is our science club for aspiring scientists in Key Stage 3 (ages 11-14).
Participants learn all about the experiments carried out by Benjamin Franklin and his British friends as well as trying their hand at practical investigations. A range of core topics from the science curriculum are covered including electricity, forces, sound and the human body.
This autumn we are delivering our Franklin’s Young Inventors programme digitally via Zoom on Tuesdays at 4.30pm BST and Saturdays at 11.30am BST. Click on the links below to visit the event pages and register for upcoming sessions:
Tuesday 15 September 4.30pm-5pm BST: Static Electricity (Physics)
Saturday 26 September 11.30am-12pm BST: Electric Current (Physics)
Tuesday 29 September 4.30pm-5pm BST: Pollination (Biology)
Saturday 10 October 11.30am-12pm BST: Photosynthesis (Biology)
Tuesday 13 October 4.30pm-5pm BST: Fuels and Costs (Physics)
Saturday 24 October 11.30am-12pm BST: Energy Transfer (Physics)
Saturday 31 October 11.30am-12pm BST: Forces (Physics)
Tuesday 3 November 4.30pm-5pm BST: Sound (Physics)
Saturday 14 November 11.30am-12pm BST: Balanced Diet (Biology)
Tuesday 17 November 4.30pm-5pm BST: Skeleton (Biology)
Saturday 28 November 11.30am-12pm BST: Muscles (Biology)
Tuesday 1 December 4.30pm-5pm BST: Special Guest
Secondary schools can also book free taster sessions for their Key Stage 3 classes. For more information, contact our Education Manager.
Funding for Franklin’s Young Inventors has generously been provided by the United States Government.