Key Stage 2

Child Dressed In RAF Uniform
Wartime Christmas (KS2)

What was Christmas like during the Second World War?

National Curriculum Links: History

Air Raid! (KS2)

How did people stay safe during Second World War air raids?

National Curriculum Links: History

Wartime Classroom (KS2)

What was life like for school children during the Second World War?

National Curriculum Links: History

Levers, Pulleys and Simple Machines (KS2)

How do levers, pulleys, and simple mechanisms make our lives easier and help us lift large loads?

National Curriculum Links: Science and D&T

Your Local History (KS2)

How has aviation impacted your local area? (Hendon, Hatfield or Leavesden)

National Curriculum Links: Local History

Hands-on History: First World War (KS2)

How were aeroplanes used in the First World War?

National Curriculum Links: History

Battle of Britain (Upper KS2)

Were pilots the only heroes of the Battle of Britain?

National Curriculum Links: Theme in British History

Pilots of the Caribbean (Upper KS2)

What roles and contributions have men and women of African and Caribbean descent played in the RAF?

National Curriculum Links: History and Citizenship

Pilots Skills (Coding) (Upper KS2)

Do you have the skills needed to be a pilot?

National Curriculum Links: Computing

Sky Writing (Upper KS2)

What can diaries, letters and memoirs tell us about the experiences of the men and women of the RAF?

National Curriculum Links: Literacy and History

Science Show (KS2)

How do aircraft fly and how can we survive up high?

National Curriculum Links: Science

Our KS2 Science Show is also available as outreach to your school:

£200 (1 Science Show. No maximum number of students)
£400 (up to 3 Science Shows. No maximum number of students)

Suitable for large groups or an assembly

Offered to schools in the following locations: Barnet, Brent, Camden, Chesham, Cheshunt, Dunstable, Ealing, Enfield, Epping, Hackney, Hammersmith & Fulham, Haringey, Harrow, Hatfield, Hemel Hempstead, Hertford, Hillingdon, Hitchin, Hounslow, Kensington & Chelsea, Kings Langley, Leighton Buzzard, Letchworth, Luton, Potters Bar, St Albans, Stevenage, Tring, Waltham Forest, Ware, Welwyn Garden City, Westminster
What schools need to provide: Parking for one vehicle (and congestion charge payment if applicable), access to water and a sink to clean equipment, access to electricity supply and to a HDMI connection, a projector, a stage or some form of staging so that the presenter can be seen by the children.
Please email if you are interested in having the Science Show at your school.

For more information about these workshops, click here for the Primary programme and here for the costs.

To book, please complete the online booking form.

For enquiries, please email or phone 020 8358 4896. 

Click here for the risk assessment (includes onsite, online and Covid-19)

This was one of the best school trips that my colleagues and I have been on. The workshops were excellent - the children were engaged from start to finish. The content enriched their understanding of WW2 and we loved how hands on the sessions were.