We are delivering full-day and half-day forensic science events in schools in parts of Scotland between November 4 and November 15 2019 at very competitive prices. Special CSI Whodunit Events for both primary and secondary schools delivered by professional forensic scientists. Which of the suspects is the criminal? By examining the crime scene and carrying out a wide range of forensic practical, the answers are revealed step-by-step with some big surprises! Fingerprints, shoe marks, blood patterns, DNA profiles, document examination, chromatography, physical fits, digital forensics and more. Then there is a dramatic role-play courtroom trial in which we find out if the evidence will produce a guilty verdict. Science, drama, role-play, teamwork, fun and laughs! The events can be tailored for any year group and are great for enrichment, vocational science programs, rewards, the promotion of aspiration and careers planning. We have a proven track record in delivering exciting and memorable events with great science. Book now for our lowest prices. Sci-High Science Eventsinfo@scihigh.co.uk 07717 822078
Would a CSI Forensic Science Whodunit Event enhance the science learning at your school? Top provider Sci-High deliver half-day and full-day workshops at primary and secondary schools. Pupils act as Scene of Crime Officers, dressed appropriately, to find the evidence traces left behind. Then they carry out lots of forensic practical based on biology, chemistry and physics. The results, when linked together, reveal some amazing facts about the crime that could not have been anticipated at the start! The suspects are then put on trial in the courtroom with pupils, dressed in costume, assuming the role of judge, barrister, witness, accused and police officer. Presented by degree-qualified forensic scientists, the workshops give science a real wow-factor. Great science, critical thinking, a fascinating story, teamwork, and fun!
Our event delivery is highly professional with full supporting documentation available. Very competitive prices. Sci-High Science Events; www.scihigh.co.uk; email firstname.lastname@example.org; 07717 822078.
Would an exciting CSI Forensic Whodunit from a professional events business be good for your school? The events are great for enhancement, activity programmes, summer schools, primary-secondary transition, careers days and promotions to prospective pupils. Plenty of practical science, teamwork, role-play and loads of fun. Half-day or full-day for up to 60 students. The events are very easy to put in place with very little for schools to do and have received consistently excellent feedback. Delivered by professionals with in-depth forensics knowledge. Enhanced DBS and safe systems provided. Very competitive prices. For more info: Sci-High Events, email@example.com, 07717 822078.
Is your school or college delivering the forensic science element in one of the BTEC Level 3 programmes in Applied Science in 2018 – BTEC Applied Science 2010, BTEC Applied Science 2016 – or the BTEC Criminal and Forensic Investigation 2017 programme? We can strongly support the programmes by visiting your centre for an event day delivered by a professional forensic scientist and designed around the Forensic Evidence and Collection unit in the Applied Science programmes and the Forensic Investigating Procedures in Practice unit in the Criminal and Forensic Investigation programme. We bring all the resources to set up a crime scene and examine it using a professional protocol, collecting biological, chemical and physical evidence. Then there is a wide variety of forensic practical for the students to carry out. We also provide a unique student workbook and a teacher reference tailored to the specific qualification. Finally we can deliver a role-play courtroom trial to demonstrate the presentation of forensic evidence. As well as providing a broad professional perspective on the subject, we aim to make the day a lot of fun. Please see the Secondary Schools Events page on our website for more information. www.scihigh.co.uk, firstname.lastname@example.org, 07717 822078.
Would a special CSI Forensic Science Whodunit Event help enhance your science learning next year? Our events are ideal! Great science, teamwork, and fun – with delivery always tailored for the year group. Presented by professional forensic scientists, the events are packed with practical activities and demonstrate real forensic science know-how. Different full-day or half-day whodunits are available, all of them involving an investigation all the way from the crime scene to the courtroom. Bit-by-bit the evidence is revealed by the forensic detective students with some real surprise outcomes! All resources are provided. We are a top provider and have delivered events to more than 15,000 students with very positive feedback. Enhanced DBS and safe systems. Very competitive prices. For more info: Sci-High Events, www.scihigh.co.uk, email@example.com, 07717 822078.
Would your school benefit from a special CSI Whodunit Event delivered by a professional forensic scientist? We are delivering full-day and half-day events in parts of Scotland between November 1 and November 9 2017 at very competitive prices. Who was responsible for the crime at the school? By examining the crime scene and carrying out a lot of forensic practical, step-by-step the answers are revealed with some big surprises. Then there is a dramatic role-play courtroom trial in which we find out if the evidence will produce a guilty verdict. The events can be tailored for any year group and are suitable for primary schools, secondary schools and independent schools. We have a proven track record in delivering exciting, fun events with great science. For more information please email or ring.
Is your school or college delivering one of the BTEC Level 3 programmes in Applied Science or Criminal and Forensic Investigation from September 2017? We can support the delivery by visiting your centre for an event day. In particular we can assist with the Forensic Evidence and Collection unit in the Applied Science programme; the synoptic Forensic Investigating Procedures in Practice unit in the Criminal and Forensic Investigation programme; and the Forensic Fire Investigation unit in both programmes. Delivery is from a degree-qualified forensic scientist providing a professional employer perspective. A unique student workbook written by Sci-High scientists can be provided also. Please see the Secondary Schools Events page on our website for more information.
Will your primary school be carrying out the Learning Challenge of Could You Be the Next CSI Investigator in the future? It’s a great programme of learning for Year 5 with lots of fascinating scientific activities. A Sci-High CSI Whodunit Forensic Science Event will really add to the programme by showing just what it takes to be a real-world CSI Investigator: practical skills, thinking skills and team working skills!
Your pupils will all be CSI Investigators as they work out what happened during the burglary at the school the previous evening and which of the suspects was the burglar. The role-plays are enhanced by the wearing of professional crime scene coverall suits and other kit. Then, working in teams, they examine lots of forensic exhibits and piece together the findings so that step-by-step the picture becomes much clearer.
Finally there is a role-play courtroom trial with a judge and jury when the people accused of the crime learn their fate!
We have ten years experience of delivering events to primary pupils with consistently excellent feedback. Our events are risk-assessed and safe. Enhanced DBS certificates for all presenters are provided.
All the resources are provided for a memorable day that will show just how powerful and exciting science can be. Very competitive prices. For more info:
Is your school or college providing special fun activities in Summer Term Activity Weeks or Summer Schools during the holidays? Our events are ideal! Great science, teamwork, fun and enjoyment – with delivery always tailored for the year groups. A memorable reward for students after all their hard work. A great way for new and transition pupils to get to know one another in a relaxed, supportive environment. The events are suitable for pupils of secondary and primary age and fit well into programmes from specialist Activity Week providers. All resources provided. Experienced professional presenters. Enhanced DBS and safe systems. Very competitive prices. For more info: Sci-High Events, firstname.lastname@example.org, 07717 822078.