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Jon Chase Science Rapper

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Jon Chase – Science Rapper

Astronomy and science-based raps! More ›

Science Magician

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Matt Pritchard – Science Magician

Surprising science and magical maths! More ›

Sarah Bearchell Science Adventures and Storytelling

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Sarah Bearchell – Science Adventures

Science adventures and storytelling More ›

Marty Jopson Science Performer

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Marty Jopson – Science Performer

BBC One Show’s Science Presenter! More ›

Rob Eastaway Maths Magician

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Rob Eastaway – Maths Magician

Magic, maths and mind-reading! More ›

Brainy Science Ginny Smith

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Ginny Smith – Brain-tertainer

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Think Maths

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Katie & Zoe – Think Maths

It all adds up – with Think Maths! More ›

Stefan Gates - BBC’s Gastronaut

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Stefan Gates – BBC’s Gastronaut

Stunts, robots, explosions and food! More ›

Matthew Tosh Science pyrotech

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Matthew Tosh – Science Pyrotechnician

Firework science – with a bang! More ›

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Explorer Dome – Hands On Science Shows

Science you can handle! More ›

Ian Dunne Science Showman

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Ian B Dunne – Science Showman

Do Science with our Showman More ›

David Hall - Science and Maths Actor

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David Hall – Science and Maths Actor

Heroes of Science and Mathmagics live on stage! More ›

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Simon Watt – Brilliant Biology

Comedy, conservation and brilliant biology More ›

Dr Ken Circus Science

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Dr Ken – Circus Science

The Entertaining Science Circus More ›

 

Secondary science shows


Science and maths shows for secondary schools have to be witty, clever, fast-paced and educational. They've got to be technical enough to engage the interest of pupils who may - or may not be - keen on the sciences (and have a knowledge of basic maths, physics, biology, engineering and chemistry), but deliver something for those whose interests lie elsewhere as well.

We don't list just any science shows. The selection is hand-picked and contains only the very best of the bunch. Inclusion in our directory is by invitation only. At SciEnts we believe in the power of great science entertainment and want to see more people of all ages engage with science. Our mission is to showcase the work of outstanding educators, entertainers and performers, and get more really fantastic science and maths shows in schools all over the UK.

The performers listed on this site are ideal for secondary schools assemblies or individual classes at Key Stages 2 and 3, A-Level, or AS-Level. They can be end-of-term treats, science activity days, a contribution towards National Science Week or an early push towards getting more out of classes for the forthcoming year or term. Each one of the acts was carefully chosen for an ability to inspire, inform, and encourage teenagers to enjoy their science classes more. Some are funny, some are beautiful, and some are amazing in the true sense of the word.

There are maths, physics, chemistry, biology, engineering and general science shows for schools to choose from. The performers range from musicians to pyrotechnics experts, but they are all excellent science communicators too.