Impossible to Possible

School Tour Show


Incredible Engineering and Enlightening Invention (For Secondary Schools)

We will take secondary schools on a journey of discovery and adventure as we look at how science and engineering have changed the way we live. Comparing new and old technology, and what it takes to be the next Albert Einstein, Marie Curie or even Sir Tim Berners-Lee, we will look at how individuals have shaped our world and the journeys which they took to get there.

Curriculum links:
Science curriculum S1-S3: Unit 5 Energy, Unit 8 Making Use of Electricity, Unit 13 From Atoms to Materials

Date Time
6.3.2017 (Mon)
7.3.2017 (Tue)
8.3.2017 (Wed)
9.3.2017 (Thu)
10.3.2017 (Fri)
8:50am – 10:25am
11:00am – 12:35pm
2:20pm – 3:55pm
 
Venue:
School Hall / Auditorium
Performer:
Ministry of Science
Reservation:
Schools who are interested in participating this tour, please register through the British Council website: https://www.britishcouncil.hk/en/programmes/education/science/science-alive
Remarks:
  • Conducted in English (Cantonese interpretation provided on request for schools)
  • Suitable for secondary (S1-S3) students
  • Schools should provide screen, projector and PA system with three sets of microphones (preferably clip-on or hands-free ones) for the performers
  • There is no maximum to the number of audiences
 

Energy and the World We Live In! (For Primary Schools)

We will take you an inspiring journey of science, engineering and invention as we look at those individuals who have shaped the modern world in which we live. We will be looking at the different types of energy and how they feature in our everyday lives and how some of our most important discoveries in the last 50 years were made using only household items.

Curriculum link:
General Studies curriculum P1-P6: Strand 3 Science and Technology in Everyday Life

Date Time
13.3.2017 (Mon)
14.3.2017 (Tue)
15.3.2017 (Wed)
16.3.2017 (Thu)
17.3.2017 (Fri)
8:50am – 10:25am
11:00am – 12:35pm
2:20pm – 3:55pm
 
Venue:
School Hall / Auditorium
Performer:
Ministry of Science
Reservation:
Schools who are interested in participating this tour, please register through the British Council website: https://www.britishcouncil.hk/en/programmes/education/science/science-alive
Remarks:
  • Conducted in English (Cantonese interpretation provided on request for schools)
  • Suitable for primary (P1-P6) students
  • Schools should provide screen, projector and PA system with three sets of microphones (preferably clip-on or hands-free ones) for the performers
  • There is no maximum to the number of audiences