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Chemistry at Work

6 – 8 November 2019

This is an annual  FREE*  event supported by the  Royal Society of Chemistry. It offers  school students the opportunity to appreciate the place of chemistry in everyday life and the world of work, with particular emphasis on what is happening in our local area.

A typical event consists of at least 4 short interactive workshops and an interactive tour of the Museum site highlighting the strong chemical heritage of the region. Local organisations that use the chemical sciences in their work are invited to deliver the workshops showcasing a current aspect of their work.

 *A booking and admission charge of £10 + VAT applies

 

Objectives:

  • To present a positive image of chemistry and the chemical sciences to young people at school or in college
  • To show the variety of applications of chemistry in the world of work
  • To show that chemistry is an interesting and exciting way to earn a living
  • To show that chemists are real people
  • To raise awareness of the scientific heritage of the Black Country

 

How to Book

Please complete the relevant booking form below and return it to our Sales & Ticketing Team.

Please note that this is a Free event, limited to a maximum of 20 students per school. There are limited places so we might not be able to accommodate you - so please do not arrange transport until you have received a confirmation of your booking.

Date Key Stage  
Wednesday 6 November 2019 SEND Students (7-16 years) Booking Form
Thursday 7 November 2019 KS 2 Booking Form
Friday 8 November 2019 KS3 & 4 SOLD OUT

 

Our Sales & Ticketing Team are available to offer help and advice when planning a visit.

Contact the Sales & Ticketing Team Monday-Friday between 10.00am and 4.00pm:

Telephone: 0121 520 8054

Email: salesandticketing@bclm.com 


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