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Hounslow Library


Kidwise science are delighted to announce we will be at Hounslow Library running some exciting science sessions for your little scientists. Bring your child along and carry out some fun and exciting experiments. Places are booking up fast so please book in advance to avoid disappointment.

Sessions running are :

Friday 29th July

14:00-14:30 (KS1) 20 children per session (Rainbow collectors)

14:45-15:15 (KS2) 20 children per session (Investigating Ink using Chromatography)


Friday 5th August

14:00- 14:30 (KS1) 20 children per session (States of matter)

14:45- 15:15 (KS2) 20 Children per session (Helicopter Physics)


  •  We suggest you book the workshop in advance to avoid disappointment.  If you are unable to book then do come along and see if we can accommodate you!

  •  All of the workshops will be listed here with dates, times and locations, throughout Hounslow

  • We charge £5 per child for the half hour workshop.

  • All bookings should be made through the website, please follow link/ scan the QR code to be directed to the bookings page.

To book click on the link below

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Participating in the club will help develop children’s social skills and confidence as they interact with each other.  

 It’s a great place to learn new skills in technology and science.  


The club provides an opportunity to work as science cadets in a team focused on real life projects- just like in the “real world”. 

Taking part will give children a sense of achievement and build their confidence. 

Your child will get to take away their completed projects and show just how wonderful and unique they really are.  Our Clubs are linked to the British science association CREST award.  Star and superstar awards will be awarded to students who complete 8 x 1 hour sessions.  Please refer to CREST Awards page for further information. 


Kidwise is a mobile science lab formed with the intention to bring science to students in a more practical and fun manner. Prior to teaching I was a research scientist at the Institute of Child health. I decided to to set up this company and fulfil a dream to enable students to engage with a more practical science learning approach and really encourage investigative thinking into students learning. Our aim as an organisation is to create the next generation of STEM leaders and we believe we can do this by inspiring the next generation.

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