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You’re invited to…Lab Learn: Flying High (Lambeth Community Programme)
The Lab Learn Flying High programme explores all things flying! Key Stage 2 students will have the opportunity to experiment, prototype and test flying machines from paper gliders through to drones.
The workshops will investigate a range of themes including aerodynamics and velocity through a STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and maths) based interdisciplinary approach.
Students will rapidly prototype through junk modelling and test the weight and aerodynamics of constructions in our wind tunnel. They will learn to power up flying machines by generating their own energy, plus coding a drone and prototyping rockets and helicopters.
Your school must be located in Lambeth to sign up for this event.
When is Lab Learn: Flying High
The sessions are on 12, 13 and 14 March between 10:00am – 2:00pm.
Who is Lab Learn: Flying High for and how much does it cost?
Lab Learn: Flying High is suitable for years 3-6 classes at schools located in Lambeth. The event is free, however spaces are limited. We will be working with 2 classes of up to 30 students on each day.
How do I book?
You can register your interest using this form and we will get back to you to confirm if you have secured a place.
The Lambeth Community Programme is supported by the Rangoonwala Foundation.