This month, embark on an exciting learning adventure that will help your child develop a passion for STEM. Join us at the library as we dive into the fascinating world of forces and moving objects at our 2-day science workshop!
Through a series of experiments and activities focusing on Newton’s three laws of motion, your child will discover the concepts behind forces such as pressure, friction, gravity, and inertia. Children will also get the opportunity to engage in a design challenge to make their own rockets and learn the application of forces in a fun and interactive way.
Pre-register your child for an exciting experience that deepens their understanding of scientific concepts through hands-on discovery.
This workshop is suitable for ages 6 to 12.
Dates: Friday, 21 July and Saturday, 22 July
Time: 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm on each day
Location: The British Council Karachi Library & The British Council Lahore Library
Fee per participant (payable at the library on the day of the event): PKR 3,500 for library members and PKR 4,000 for non-members.
About Science Fuse:
Science Fuse is a social enterprise working to improve the quality of Science Education in Pakistan. We make Science an exciting experience for children; giving them skills and opportunities to improve their futures. Science Fuse wants to make sure that all children in Pakistan, irrespective of their gender & socioeconomic background, have access to world-class science education. We curate fun, inspiring, and relevant science learning engagements & educational resources. Students, teachers, and communities can all benefit from our expertise. We aim to improve scientific literacy and ignite a strong passion for science in children. Furthermore, we also want to nurture their critical-thinking skills and sense of wonder!
We aim to create a safe environment, for adults and children who are potentially at risk for a variety of reasons, in which no child or adult will experience harm or exploitation during their contact with us. To find out more about our safeguarding policy visit: https://www.britishcouncil.org/about-us/how-we-work/policies/safeguarding