My Science Fair is a fun, free family day out which is jam-packed with opportunities to learn and play!
Taking place at WMC, and for the first time virtually in 2021, the annual My Science Fair explores the varied and exciting links between music and science through eye-opening demonstrations, hands on workshops and performances aimed at primary school aged science enthusiasts and their families.
A highlight of the day is our My Science Fair Project Competition, last year entered by over 50 participants! Open to all 5 - 11 year olds, this competition gives children the chance to put their science skills to the test, with the help of our team of professional scientists.
Prepare for a My Science Fair like no other! With interactive workshops, exciting performances and group activities, this free-to-access fun morning will be perfect for all the family to take part in.
Project Competition Sign Up Deadline - Monday 22nd March
Are you a young scientists aged 5 - 11? Want to learn more about the world outside of the classroom?
Take part in the My Science Fair Project Competition! Learn from students and academics at the University of Bath and come up with an awesome project from home to be a part of the fun and win amazing prizes.
It was a fantastic day, what a brilliant opportunity for children to engage and enthuse about science!Parent
We are committed to working with primary schools and education groups to ensure as many young scientists as possible can engage with this exciting free activity.
To find out more about how you can get your pupils involved, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
We’re delighted to be working with the Wiltshire Music Centre to support My Science Fair. It’s more important than ever this year that all you budding young scientists have the chance to get stuck into your own hands-on science project, and our friendly team of University of Bath physics students will be on hand to support and inspire you throughout the competition.Dr Frances Laughton - Director of Teaching and Resources, University of Bath