9th December 2016

New Scientist Live 2017 - THE Must Do Science and Computing School Trip?

 

To any science and computing teacher out there, the brand ‘New Scientist’ will no doubt resonate with you – you are a scientist and as such you like science and computing based media and brands right? How do you translate this passion your students? There are many ways, but the good news for you is this has been made much easier with the creation of the incredible event from New Scientist, called New Scientist Live. 2016 was the first ever New Scientist Live show, and 2017 is set to grow and develop even more, meaning surely now is the time to inspire your students at this incredible leading event. Adaptable Travel have teamed up with New Scientist Live to offer the ultimate school science and computing trip package.

 

What is New Scientist Live?

Quite simply, probably the biggest and the best science event out there. With over 100 world-leading scientists giving inspirational talks, combined with over 200 top-class demonstrations for your students to explore and become inspired.

New Scientist Live is split into 4 fascinating zones: Technology, Brain & Body, Earth and Cosmos.

The list of science speakers attending the event is vast. In 2016, world-leading science speakers included Tim Peake, physicist Jim Al-Khalili, space scientist Monica Grady and mathematician Marcus du Sautoy. 2017 speakers are still being confirmed over the coming weeks, but one thing for sure is the organisers plan to build on and top the 2017 event and as such you can expect to be able to listen to talks from world-leading scientists, futurologists and thought leaders, inspiring the next generation. Confirmed 2017 speakers so far include physicist Jim Al-Khalili, anatomist and anthropologist Alice Roberts, mathematician Marcus du Satoy and co-founder of GoogleDeepMind AI Demis Hassabis. The speaker list will grow, but you can see the current list of confirmed speakers here.

 

Where is New Scientist Live?

It takes place on 28 September – 1 October 2017 at London Excel. Whether your school is from the London area or not, this does not matter. Adaptable Travel have partnered with New Scientist Live to offer packages for overnight school trips for schools from across the UK, in addition to day trip and ticket only packages.

 

What is Included in the Adaptable Travel Package?

Adaptable Travel are able to offer packages for educational groups of just 10 paying passengers including the following:

• Return Coach Travel (minimum of just 10 paying passengers required)
• Accommodation in London
• Breakfast
• 1 free teacher place for every 10 paying students
• Pre-booked entrance to the Science Museum or visit the Natural History
• Entrance to New Scientist Live 2017

You can also add on the following:

• London Eye flight
• River Cruise
• West End Theatre show
• Additional science and computing visits such as Forensic Outreach or Greenwich Observatory, Centre for Computing History, National Museum of Computing 

 

For Groups Who Don’t Want to Stop Over?

Adaptable Travel can offer day trip packages where we provide a return coach and ticket entrance to the event. Alternatively, we can provide discounted ticket entrance to the show for educational groups.

 

Is there still time to organise a trip for my school?

We expect our allocation to sell out, but as it stands you still have plenty of time. But do not delay, this will be a truly memorable science and computing school trip that we anticipate will live with your students for many years to come, and we hope it will help to truly inspire the next generation of young scientists.

 

What do I do next?

Simple – contact Adaptable Travel and we will give you all the information that you need in our free, non-committal information pack. Or call our friendly team today on 01451 832133.

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