Dr Ken, our Science Juggler and Circus Scientist develops a number of shows and workshops to inspire school pupils to look at science and maths positively. Touring for a number of years as a performer, working in educational television production and gaining Qualified Teacher Status has helped his own professional development as a science communicator. All of his shows and workshops for schools have been successfully performed to a variety of key stage audiences, in special schools, at parent and community events. The content and style of each show is modified so it’s appropriate to the audience making the educational shows engaging for all.
‘Dr Ken differentiated to suit all ages. Totally motivational and exciting. Children of all ages engaged. Staff of all ages engaged!!’ – Queen Victoria Primary School
Education and engagement through the ‘Entertaining Science Circus’ Show explores the science behind the thrills and spills of the Big Top. Find out :
Why jugglers love gravity.
How clowns use the force like a Jedi
Why a unicyclist keeps moving to stay still?
Different skills and approaches link real world science with bizarre theatrical experiments.
‘Excellent entertainment for all. Wonderful circus skills (very impressive!) but with just the right amount of educational input.’ – North Walsham High School
Former World juggling champion and Soap Bubble Chemist Dr Ken (all true!) performs his comedy science shows in schools and at science and arts festivals all over the world. He is an experienced circus performer, actor and science teacher. He has a developed a variety of programmes suitable for all key stages, family and school events.
My husband and I saw your show on Saturday. What a great show. We are both over 40 and this captures all ages imaginations. Great audience interaction. Fun Fun Fun.- Lisa Cole
He also currently delivers science communicator lectures at the University of East Anglia for the presenters of the future.
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We booked Ken for our 2012 Science Festival. He was very flexible with our requirements and the show itself was absolutely fantastic and very funny. It was my personal highlight!
It was weird and wonderful and the man was very funny. One of the best things we have done at Summer School