The Imperial College London are holding a festival with 400 events for children and families. This is a great event for year 5 & 6 children who are interested in Science and Maths.
What started as a modest pilot project in 2012 to explore how Imperial College London might share its research with more people in new ways has now evolved into a large-scale and prominent annual fixture in the College’s calendar. This year, more than 15,000 public and alumni visitors descended on Imperial’s South Kensington campus to enjoy the interactives, workshops, tours, talks and performances on offer at the 2015 Imperial Festival.
Support from mainstream media suggests that the event has grown into something significant for audiences from outside College as well, with the Guardian describing it as “a fascinating event” and the Londonist observing that “whoever programmed this glorious beast must have used hyper-dimensional graph paper”.
The Imperial Festival returns for a fifth time on Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 May 2016.
Put the dates in your diary and keep a look-out for the upcoming details on what you will be able to see, do, debate and discuss as the programme develops.
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