“Best science lesson ever!”
From Sian who attended a school workshop in Stowmarket Library
“The children were so engaged and the Kinetic team really enthusiastic that Space and Planets were subjects that they needed to more about. We have now been working on “the Universe” all week and they have learnt so much. A fantastic introduction to the topic and I’ve learnt more too!”
Anonymous – Teacher at a Primary school based in Ipswich, Suffolk
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