Keep your kids engaged and excited all year long!
Street Science provides a variety of entertaining science-themed workshops for Vacation Care and OSHC that expose everyone to some seriously fun science.
Our sessions are run by experienced science communicators who mix humour, exciting demonstrations and quality scientific explanations into an interactive science experience. Your students will be immersed in our ‘Pop Up’ science lab where they get HANDS-ON to complete scientific activities.
We personalise the workshop based on the science theme of your choice to make sure it’s a fun and relevant activity for all ages.
You get a PREMIUM SCIENCE WORKSHOP for only $12 (+GST)* per child!
We complete workshops in groups (up to 70 kids per session) to ensure that each student receives personalised instruction.
We had the best time with you guys! Our instructor was AMAZING! Kept the kids super engaged and was easily able to control a room full of kids of all ages.
– OSHC Coordinator
Life School Age Care
The children were really engaged and had heaps of fun. They were so excited to show their parents what they had made!
– OSHC Coordinator
Young Discovers OSHC
Laura was once again fantastic! And out of all the outside entertainment that come in on the school holidays, Laura & her science is by far the best.
– Event Organiser
Why Book Us?
We bring exciting experiences through hands-on workshops directly to you!
When you book with Street Science, we take the hassle out of the booking process, making the paperwork associated with our visit a breeze. You will be supported from the initial booking by our expert team to help select the perfect science experience right through until after our visit with post-event communication.
Our incursions are all-inclusive. We bring all the gear, set-up smoothly, and pack-down leaving zero mess! We only leave behind smiling faces and a fresh excitement for science learning. Our emphasis on inquiry-based learning keeps everyone engaged throughout our entire visit, and well after we have packed the van and headed back to Street Science HQ.