NEW!  Colours we can’t see show

60 minutes duration.

This is an incredible new show which uses a Thermal Imaging, InfraRed Camera to explore the world of light.  All around us are electromagnetic waves, but the colours we can see are only a tiny fraction of them.  This exciting new show will use technology to enable the audience to “see” extra colours beyond both ends of the visible spectrum.  At one end is Ultra-Violet (UV) and the other end is Infra-Red (IR).  You’ll be absolutely amazed at the things you will be able to “see” that are normally invisible to us (although some animals can see and use UV or IR!) and this technology is becoming increasingly important in the modern world.  It is guaranteed to give you a whole new way of looking at the world around us.

New!   Making Waves:  Powering the future of our planet!

Making Waves: Powering the future of our planet is a show that will reinforce how precious our planet is.  Celebrating the National Science Week theme 2020 of “Deep Blue”, it’s a show that will explore the power of the ocean to the wind on the land, the energy we harness and use is vitally important for our planet’s future.  The is show will teach you about energy use and conservation with a range of scientific demonstrations that will wow you – from on-stage lightning to air pressure and cool waves – this is a show to visually show you how we make waves to power the future of our planet.

SciWorld Science Magic! Show.

All ages!

Be astonished!  Be amazed!  Learn the fascinating science behind breathtaking magic tricks and mind-boggling illusions.  Witness levitation, green fire, invisible forces and much more.  You won’t believe your eyes!

Science Magic is guaranteed to entertain, educate and enlighten!plasma-933577_640

Light up your mind! An interactive show about the science of light!

Years 2 – 9

60 minute show

New to 2015 and to help celebrate the International Year of Light and Light-Based Technologies is our new LIGHT show!

What is light? Why do we see colours? How is a rainbow made? Become a scientist and investigate the science of light in this interactive show. Featuring glowing chemical reactions, lasers, and iridescent bubbles, we’ll make the physics of light fun and easily understandable. Explore how fireworks are made and learn how a bee sees a flower… and you might even learn the secret to invisibility!

SciWorld’s Fire and Ice Show!

60 minute show

This is a show which celebrates two opposing forces – fire and ice.  You’ll learn all about heat and the opposing temperature extremes found in Liquid Nitrogen.  It’s a one-stop show that isn’t to be missed!

Chemistry Is Cool Show

Years 5 – 9.
60 minute show.
In this show there are fire experiments and big bangs! You’ll learn all about physical changes and chemical reactions as well as cool experiments that you can try at home. It’s a great show to make you fall in love (with Chemistry!) while learning about atoms and molecules.

Chemistry is Cool

Seeing Stars in our StarDome / New Digital Starlab Session.


Reception – Year 9
45 minutes duration.
30 students


Reception – Year 10

45 minutes duration

60 students

Come inside our mobile planetarium and discover the universe around you. The Stardome / Starlab is the portable, inflatable planetarium that comes to you!

Topics covered can include day and night, seasons, stars, planets, solar system, gravity, phases of the moon and constellations. If you have any specific areas you would like covered, just ask and we can do our best to accommodate!

Advanced Stardome sessions are available.

The following direct science curriculum topics are covered:

Predictable phenomena on Earth, including seasons and eclipses, are caused by the relative positions of the sun, Earth and moon.

The Earth is part of a system of planets orbiting around the sun.

Earth’s rotation on its axis causes regular changes, including night and day.

Forces can be exerted by one object on another through direct contact or from a distance.

Daily and seasonal changes in our environment, including the weather, affect everyday life.

The constellations are discussed and the stories behind a number of prominent constellations are used to bring the sky to life and provide a memorable experience for the students. Stories from other cultures are included to show the importance of culture in interpreting the night sky.

Please note, the StarDome requires an indoor space of 7 m x 7m with an unobstructed ceiling height of 3.2m and one power point. The Starlab is 11 m in diameter and requires an unobstructed ceiling height of 4.5 m and one power point. 

Space Colonies Workshop

Years 3 – 7

60 minutes duration

30 students

Could you live on another planet?  In this workshop, you can create your own space colony  using recycled materials to explore temperature, atmosphere, weather, radiation, food, energy and science.

Liquid Nitrogen: Solids, Liquids and Gases

Years 4 – 10
60 minute show
This show will amaze you – learning about solids, liquids and gases through the use of Liquid Nitrogen! What happens to an onion when it freezes to minus 196 degrees? Can an inflated balloon recover after being frozen? Find out so much more in our Liquid Nitrogen show!

SciWorld’s Energy and Forces Show.

Year 2 to Year 7
60 minute show.

This show focuses on Energy and Forces. We cover Newton’s Laws of Motion and the ideas of kinetic and potential energy.  A fun take on physics with plenty of action.

Science for Superheroes

Electric Circuits Workshop

Years 4 – 7
60 minutes
30 students
Investigate electricity and build some electric circuits of your own. You’ll learn about conductors, insulators, lights and sounds. Electric circuit kits are also available to purchase (or order) to continue the electric circuit mania in your classroom!

Lights and Lasers: a hands-on workshop exploring the science of light

Years 3 – 7
60 minute workshop
Explore the science behind light in this hands on workshop. Featuring exciting demonstrations from our ‘Light up your mind’ show as well as activities for you do do. Make a benham disk to take home, learn the difference between reflection and refraction and see if you can create a rainbow with a prism.

Celebrating 2015: International Year of Light and Light-Based Technologies!

SciWorld Spectacular Science show

Years R – 8
60 minute show

This is the one stop show which celebrates everything Science! You’ll learn about Chemistry, Energy, Forces and so much more! You’ll see explosions, rockets and some amazing experiments you can try at home! It’s a winner and one of our most popular shows which acts as a great precursor to many of our workshops!

Is Seeing Really Believing?

Mathemania Workshop

Years 3 – 7.
90 minute workshop
30 students
This hands on workshop shows how much fun maths can be! Students work in groups with puzzles involving numeracy, shape, logic and problem solving. Learn about binary numbers, topology, loops, and more!

SciWorld Robotics Workshop

Years 4 – 9
90 minutes
30 children
In this workshop you will learn how to program your Lego NXT Robot, and by the end of the session, you’ll be amazed at what you can get your robot to do! Laptops, robots and programming lesson is included. Advanced Robotics workshops are also available.

Chemistry Capers Workshop

Years 5 – 9
90 minutes
30 students

Learn about atoms and molecules, pH testing and more! Discover reactions and changes in solids, liquids and gases in this hands-on Chemistry session. You’ll even get to make slime! This is an educational workshop which will make you love Chemistry!

Energy and Forces Workshop

Years 3 – 5
90 minutes
30 students

Learn about heat, energy and forces, sound, electricity and light. Explore gravitational potential and kinetic energy. Forces can be push and pull, Energy makes things happen. Learn about all this and more in a practical hands-on 90 minute workshop.

Is Rocket Science Workshop

Years 3 – 7
90 minutes
30 students

Designed by our resident rocket engineer, this workshop will teach you not only how to make and launch your own low pressure and high pressure rockets, but you’ll also learn about the dynamics behind rockets, forces – balanced and unbalanced, Newton’s Laws of Motion, air pressure and predictions. Who can make their rocket fly the farthest? Find out in this workshop!