Space Centre encourages children to get creative for British Science Week

By Luke Williamson

The National Space Centre in Leicester is encouraging pupils to design posters about “Innovating for the future”.

As part of British Science Week, children are being asked to create their poster by hand or on the computer about any STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) topic they like.

The prizes, depending on the age categories, include a GeoSafari Jr talking wildlife camera, a super magnet lab kit and the schools’ of the winners will also receive a prize bundle.

The competition closes on Friday, April 30, at 6pm, with a panel of judges at the British Science Association selecting the winner.

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