​Step Up Classroom Science

​Hands-On Primary Science Incursions & Workshops

Our team of science teaching specialists really care about connecting more children with the fascinating world of science. We are practised in leading educational science workshops in primary schools and kindergartens, and online, inspiring children throughout Australia.

In line with our mission, we also scour the world to bring unique science materials to teachers, parents and children. Mad About Science’s popular online store has grown extensively over a few short years, and now stocks over 3000 quality science resources to help bring science to life in homes and classrooms throughout Australia.

Our talented workshop demonstrators are experienced in teaching science in Primary School and Early Childhood Learning settings. Some are qualified teachers, others are trained scientists with expertise in a variety of areas. All are wonderful with children, are skilled at leading hands-on science workshops, have had thorough background checks and hold current working with children cards.

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Lisa was an excellent presenter and all the students had a fantastic time. Lisa did a great job of reengaging the students [when they got restless] for the remaining 10 minutes. A great show!

Concord School August 14, 2019

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The 90 minute Matter Workshop was FABULOUS!! The children loved the hands on experiments and the dry ice was a big hit! Thanks!

August 26, 2015

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Mad About Science – Pop went the bubble out of the test tube! How we had to make it, we put some dry ice in it then we put hot water. It was cool Miss Neville I could do it again, but I don’t know if they are coming back next year. I did not want to go cause it was fun here. I thought the lady Naomi was fun. I loved the dry ice experiment.

June 10, 2015

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