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Young People’s Summer Workshops
Wind turbines are popping up all over our cities, the countryside and across the North Sea. But have you thought about how they work? Now you can make your own wind power, your very own Supergrid and learn all about them! Together we will investigate, experiment, design, test and build the most efficient wind turbine. Can you find the best energy solution for OUR country? Supergrid is hands-on, fast paced and you’ll need to think on your feet.
Suitable for young people age 8 – 14 years
In association with Humber Engineering Training Association
Leave your children at one of our morning workshops to take part in our fun, interactive, hands-on and educational workshops, while you enjoy the Da Vinci Engineered exhibition, have coffee in Zebedee’s Yard, or just go shopping!
Each week there will be a different, amazing subject for children to explore in a creative and memorable way. Amy Johnson and Leonardo da Vinci will be our inspirations as children discover some of the wonders of science, art and engineering in these creative sessions. The workshops are run by local educational, industry and engineering specialists including Heritage Learning Services, ArtLink Community Arts Centre, and Humber Engineering Training Association.
Monday 8 – Saturday 13 August
10.00am – 12.00pm, daily
Workshops are free, but there are only 30 places per workshop. To avoid disappointment, please book your child’s place via Hull Box Office.
Hull HU1 2EX