Spectacular Science Shows for Schools
At Braintastic! Science we inspire, engage and educate young people to help them get the best out of their amazing brains.
Get a free taster of our most popular science show for schools, That's Non-Sense!
Building a Resilient Brain
Versions for Ages 7-14 | KS2, KS3
Explore the science of resilience and mental health self-care techniques, in an engaging, hands-on and age appropriate way. For KS2 we look at how to control the emotions and talk about your feelings, while with KS3 we add topics like dealing with stress and anxiety at school and introduce common mental health conditions such as depression.
Hands-on Science Workshops
Seeing is believing! Astound young minds with science fun, experiments and illusions that highlight their amazing brains in action. Available live in-person, online or as a package with our science shows for schools, these interactive science workshops are great for smaller groups - perhaps as part of an end of term science class or a fun science club. Or Building a Resilient Brain is perfect for a wellbeing week or PSHE lessons focused on mental health and wellbeing. They typically run for 30-45mins to suit your timetable, or can be extended to an hour with Q&A and we always tailor the content for the target age group.
Thank you so much for coming down to do the science shows for us. Everyone had an amazing time and we would definitely love to have you back again.
Amy Seales, Family Programme Coordinator
The Royal Institution of Great Britain.
This interactive game show uses demos, experiments and quizzes to show how our brains trick us into making irrational decisions every day. The audience will learn to navigate the quirks of their brains and identify unconscious biases to make smarter choices
Can you crack puzzles solved by chimps, parrots and dolphins? Are you smarter than a slime mould? By exploring the range of abilities held by our animal relatives, this fun show throws light on the difficulties of defining intelligence, and introduces kids to the importance of neurodiversity.
A whirlwind introduction to the amazing brain and nervous system, packed with memorable large scale demos, Hack Your Brain is sure to be a highlight of any STEM event or school science week!
Discover how the brain changes when we learn new things in this interactive science show for schools. Through a series of memory games and quizzes, we explore how memories are stored in the brain, and cover tips and tricks for making the most of their memories.
Find out what happens when we learn and how are memories stored in the brain, through memory games, quizzes and interactive activities for the whole audience. By learning about learning students can make the most of their memories and improve exam prep with smart revision techniques.
Explore the wonderful world of our senses, and the tricks they play on us. Prepare to be amazed by multi-sensory tricks & visual illusions in this demo-packed exploration of your amazing brain and senses- including a few you didn't know you had!
Spectacular Science Shows
We celebrate curiosity and make learning fun!
Our science shows & workshops:
Link to the UK curricula
Highlight the importance of learning and thinking scientifically
Include time for Q&A - we love answering your questions on the brain!
Are interactive, engaging, and great fun
We believe STEM is for everyone
At Braintastic! Science we pride ourselves on:
Accessible and inclusive content
Tailoring our shows to your specific needs
The diversity of our presenters who are all fab role models (and many are women in STEM)
Smashing stereotypes- no 'mad scientists' with wild hair and lab coats here!
We follow the science
Our content is:
Grounded in psychology and neuroscience research
Packed with tips & tricks for smart revision that actually work
Delivered by brain experts who really know what they are talking about
We make teachers' lives easy
Why not book us as:
Activities for science week
A hassle-free alternative to a school trip
Exam prep - smart revision techniques
PSHE lessons or drop down days
Fun end of term activities