Hull Science Festival

Hull Science Festival Last weekend, my science-mad son, Noah, and I visited Hull Science Festival at the University of Hull. Following on from the success of the British Science Festival, held during the week, Hull Science Festival aimed to get youngsters involved in learning about how and why things work. When we found out about…

Pretend play comes to life at KidZania, London

As a child, the idea of a space where I could role play my grown up aspirations was something I longed for and got a taste for when we took a trip to the Eureka discovery centre in Halifax. For those who haven’t been, at Eureka there are lots of pretend play opportunities including to…

Our Tim Peake Adventure…

Earlier this week we announced that we will be attending the ‘Space Rocks‘ event at The Indigo at the O2, London. Noah has had a longtime fascination with everything ‘out of this world’ but did you know that his love of space once inspired a very spontaneous, unexpected adventure to see his hero, astronaut Tim Peake? One evening,…

Satisfy curious minds at the Thinktank museum, Birmingham

Noah is ferociously curious about how things work. I get absolutely stumped by some of the questions he asks me: Why are tyres black? How does gravity work? Why are a plane’s propellers at the front and not at the back? (thank goodness for Google, right?) When I heard there was a children’s science museum in…