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Brownies! Take part in Destination Space!
October 17th 2016

Brownies! Take part in Destination Space!

World Museum has joined forces with the UK and European Space Agencies to run a fantastic education programme celebrating British astronaut Tim Peake’s recent mission at the International Space Station.

As part of their Destination Space programme they are offering local Brownie groups the opportunity to take part in a special day of exciting space themed activities at World Museum. What a fantastic way to encourage girls who love STEM!

A key aim of Tim’s six month mission was to inspire a new generation of space scientists through the Destination Space education programme. Through a variety of fun and stimulating workshops girls will learn about the wonders of the universe, space flight and the talented team of experts that make travelling and living in space possible.

The workshops focus on inspiring curiosity and an interest to continue to explore the marvels of modern day science and technology. This is a free event, available on the 3rd and 4th December 2016.

Bookings can be made here and must be submitted by the 18th November.

Click here to download the Brownie Destination Space Flyer

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