Professor Blast to welcome students into his fully-themed Lab

Professor Blast’s Learning Lab, billed as the UK’s most unique learning experience, is now open and ready to welcome school groups.

Professor BlastBringing science vividly to life with interactive activities and impressive theming, the new state-of-the-art learning lab complements a range of National Curriculum based workshops at the education department in Paultons Park. The fully-themed Lab, complete with sights, sounds, smells and a number of surprises will immerse children in the Professor’s world.

Paultons school tripWith the capacity to host a class at a time, the lab boasts interactive workstations and will be used as a base for a number of educational workshops which schools can book as part of their visit. Enabling young minds to understand the physics behind some of the park’s most exciting rides, Professor Blast’s hands-on Science Explorer workshop is adaptable for a variety of key stages in the National Curriculum. Exploring forces, materials and energy transfers, children will investigate the dynamics of the park’s attractions before going on the rides to experience their physics in practice.

Learning LabAlternatively, Professor Blast’s second new workshop; Ride Programming- Contol IT, offers a new understanding of how rides are technically programmed and is linked to the new curriculum framework. The workshop is designed to develop IT skills and provides children the chance to programme their very own motorised Sky Swinger using laptops and Flow-go Data Harvest equipment.

Science Explorer and Control IT – Ride Programming are just two of a range of curriculum based workshops, catering for students from KS1 up to Post-16.

Paultons education visit

For information on Professor Blast’s Learning Lab, school trips to Paultons Park or to arrange a pre-visit, please click here


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