Building on the science they’ve learnt in class, your students are exposed to the real-world applications of science. By critically analysing forensic evidence your students investigate and solve the crime.
“ It was very, very practical which appealed to the students hugely and had a sense of mystery and adventure that the students were looking for.
Always a firm favourite with TY groups, very engaging and challenging. Students get a great sense of achievement when they solve the case!
Colaiste Chill Mhantain
We were blown away by how well it was organised and presented and the extent to which our students got involved. We loved it! Our senior students were engaged from start to finish and gave such positive feedback about it afterwards. The queues afterwards to try on the suits and get in to the body bag were testament to how excited they were and how involved they got. I booked another session straight away! Thank you for bringing the perfect ending to Science Week.
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