Inspiring Future Scientists


To Provide Science Sessions For Children

Our aim is to let kids have hands-on experience and understanding of what being a scientist in the real world involves.

We have over 15 years of working within the scientific industry and promoting science to school children, and we want to share our knowledge with the next generation of future scientists.

We have developed a range of experiments across the Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects that will allow children to learn and understand the skills needed to be a research scientist.  Each experiment will allow children to plan, implement and analyse – all the key skills needed for their future careers!

We are passionate about all aspects of science and making sure that children have the opportunity to experience a real life laboratory setting.


We are based near Aberystwyth but can travel throughout Wales and beyond!


Upcoming Science Camps

Unfortunately we don’t have any at the moment due to the Covid-19 outbreak! Follow us on social media for our Science at Home ideas, and you can also buy our Science at Home kit – click Shop Now!



What  Parents are saying about us…

Sam says:

What a fantastic opportunity for the children to learn all about science and how it can be so much fun as all children learn through play...This was an all day event and my daughter came home with loads of scientific information... We can't wait to book again, I highly recommend The Big Science Project. Hope to see more of these sessions based in different areas and more often.

Kayley says:

thank you so much. my son had an amazing day and was so excited to share all he had learnt. I hope next holidays there is a new science class as my son would love to come again

Pippa says:

My 9 year old son loved the day, he didn’t go with any of his friends, but he said he got along and had fun. Would recommend, this is his 2nd event (1st was forensic science) with the Big Science Project, helps with confidence and great if you love science or how things work