Dunannie invites visitors to science open morning
Bedales Pre-prep, Dunannie is set to host a science-themed open morning to coincide with British Science Week on Saturday 14 March.
Children aged 3-8 and their families are invited to take part in a range of fun and engaging activities celebrating all things STEM – science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
The STEM Morning will provide an ideal opportunity for parents and their families to meet Dunannie’s friendly and welcoming team and current families, as well as see the school, which is set in 120 acres of South Downs National Parkland in Steep, near Petersfield – a site it shares with Bedales Prep and Senior Schools.
British Science Week is a 10-day varied and eclectic programme of thousands of events running throughout the whole of the UK for people of all ages and abilities with the aim of celebrating science, engineering, technology and maths.
Head of Dunannie Victoria Homewood said: “After what will be an exciting week at Dunannie celebrating British Science Week, we look forward to welcoming new faces to the school for our STEM Morning, where they can find out more about our approach to science, technology, engineering and maths by taking part in some fun and creative activities.”
Dunannie’s STEM Morning takes place on Saturday 14 March from 10am-12pm. To book a place, visit https://www.bedales.org.uk/opendays. Visitors interested in finding out more about the journey through the Bedales Schools are welcome to visit Bedales Prep, Dunhurst after the STEM event at its Open Morning on the same day.