Fascinating Forces: 2-Day Interactive Workshop with Science Fuse | Karachi

Saturday 27th January 14:00 - 16:30

Get ready to embark on a learning adventure with exciting hands-on science experiments using everyday objects.

About the event

The British Council Libraries are collaborating with Science Fuse for a series of fun and engaging workshops for children, to foster their interest in STEM fields.

This January, we’re bringing you a high-energy, two-day interactive workshop for children, where we’ll be performing scientific investigations and watching interesting demonstrations to learn about fire, motion and rockets with the help of an incredible scientist who lived almost 300 hundred years ago!

Get ready to embark on a learning adventure with exciting hands-on science experiments using everyday objects, to help your child learn about the fascinating forces that are all around us and affect everything that we do.

About Science Fuse:

Science Fuse is working to change the way science is perceived and communicated across classrooms in Pakistan and inspiring more children to pursue STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education and careers.

This event is for ages 7 - 14 and is open to the public.

Registration Fee (payable at the door): PKR 2000 for Non-Members and PKR 1500 for Members.

Children under 11 years of age must be accompanied to the event by a parent or guardian. Children 11 and above can be dropped off once their parents/guardians have escorted them in and signed a consent form.

To register, please email librarykhi@britishcouncil.org.pk with your name, the name and age of your children who will be attending, and your CNIC, Passport or Library Membership number.

At the time of visit, adults are required to carry their original CNIC, Passport or Library Membership card, along with their child’s photo ID or Library Membership card.

Location: British Council Karachi Library

Date: 27 and 28 January 2018

Time: 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM (on both days)

Registrations will close on Thursday, 25 January 2018 by 5 PM.


Open to the public