Community Lecture Events:
The Thomas Hardye School is pleased to announce that they have secured some fantastic and extraordinary guest speakers for the academic year 2013-2014, including; past TV weather forecaster Michael Fish and presenter of many TV programmes focusing on geological sciences, Iain Stewart.
The community lectures take place in the Thomas Hardye Lecture theatre at 7:00pm. Admission is free and tickets are available to collect from the school from 8.45am on the release date (release date is normally 2 weeks before each lecture). Please note that there is a maximum of 4 tickets per person and that tickets go very quickly and are given out on a first come, first served basis.
Science Family Fun Afternoon – Saturday 12 October 1:00-5:00pm
On the afternoon of Saturday 12th October, the Thomas Hardye School science department are running a hands-on family fun day event which will celebrate the life and work of Alfred Russel Wallace, who was the co-developer of the theory of evolution by natural selection. On the day, scientists from different external organisations, including; the Dorset County Museum and the Wildlife Trust will be presenting a range of displays, competitions and interactive activities. The event is suitable for those of all ages, entry is free and there will be light refreshments available!
The Thomas Hardye School also participate in ‘Cafe Scientifique’, which is a series of informal events where people come to discuss hot topics in science with different experts from the scientific world.
By taking a look at some of the events that The Thomas Hardye School are hosting, perhaps this could inspire you on what public engagement you could do?