Children’s science workshop
CHILDREN and young people from Drogheda are being encouraged to ‘Go Fly a Kite’ to learn about Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM).
A Go Fly Your Kite workshop will take place in Drogheda on Tuesday, November 14th and students from Drogheda are invited to come along to this fun and educational event. So what can you learn from a kite? Each STEM workshop teaches about the history of kites, how a kite flies, physics of kites, simple experiments, forces of nature and the design and construction of your kite. ‘Our aim is to make science fun and being part of Science Week 2017, SFI, Midlands Science and Galway Science & Technology Festival is a fantastic chance for us to help fire up the imaginations of thousands of young people; to excite them about science; to express themselves and get creative; and to do something that may be totally new to them,’ said Glenn Heasley, MD of Go Fly Your Kite.
The workshop will take place in Drogheda library on Tuesday, November 14th from 10am to 3pm.