Learning Programme for Schools

A person wearing headphones in a home made, DIY space ship

As part of the 2024 Festival Learning Programme, Norwich Science Festival and the Science Arts and Writing (SAW) Trust toured To the Moon and Back, a free brand-new interactive science play for primary schools.

Written by and starring Britain’s Got Talent star, Ben Langley, this fantastic one-man play explained the science behind a trip to the moon and explores KS1 and KS2 topics such as Earth, space, light and forces:

Thank you to all the schools who took part in the tour!

Supported by:

Logo reads People's Postcode Lottery and Postcode Places Trust
The play and workshops are completely free to Norfolk schools, made possible by an award from the People’s Postcode Trust, a grant giving charity funded entirely by the players of People’s Postcode Lottery.

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