British Science Week 5th - 14 March
The theme in 2021 is 'Innovating for the future'.
Thursday 11th March - Science and Creativity
10am Ok. Deep looking. Creativity for everyone. Unblock your brain. Connect with highest inner vision. Try it! It is fun. One hour guided zoom to forget the room. Based on Mathematical theory of time & space, Fibonacci Series of numbers. Bring 10 pieces of paper and things to make marks with to session. Also, a natural thing to see and draw-fruit or a flower. Facilitated by artist and tutor Tracey Tofield artist and tutor and performer who works for Newcastle University. Also worked for BBC ‘trust me I’m a doctor’ and creative partnerships. Zoom link will be given out to people who text Tracey on 07961904321, or email to Tracey.email@example.com
Under-fives: Amy from Hartbeeps (multi-sensory baby - preschool classes) Video.
2pm Science with Neil – LIVE - YouTube Big Science UK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PyOqJ1db4C0 Water (also see https://www.facebook.com/bigscienceentertainmentukltd/)
BBC Radio podcast: Infinite Monkey Cage: The Human Brain. Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by US talk show host Conan O'Brien and neuroscientists David Eagleman and Gina Rippon to look at our plastic, adaptable brains. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p08kn47j
Shout out to all the residents in homes, and attendees of support groups, within the Whitley Bay Big Local Area. We hope that you are enjoying science activities. Let us know what you are up to! Email to firstname.lastname@example.org or send directly to the WhitleyBay Big Local FaceBook page.