Funky science for kids this holiday

2016-09-29 06:00

A funky full-of-science-fun holiday programme will be hosted for learners at the Nelson Mandela Bay Science & Technology Centre in Uitenhage during the upcoming school holiday.

According Singa Poswa from the Centre, the purpose is to instil the right attitude in learners towards science.

“The learners will be taught about the importance of science through various hands-on activities. There will also be an hour long maths session every day,” said Poswa.

The programme runs during the first week of October (3 to 7) on a daily basis from 10:00 - 14:00. Kids between the ages of 6 to 14 years are invited. The cost is only R10/child and bookings are essential.

  • For more information or to book call 041 991 5000 or e-mail: (-Heilie Combrinck)

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