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"Thank you for attending our STEM fair, the children left inspired by the real astronomer presentations."
"Just to say many thanks for a great day! The children clearly loved it (even the bolshy ones!) and it was a brilliant, imaginative way to bring the Middle Ages to life."—Aldwickbury School, Wheathampstead
“It was amazing and very engaging with the children. Highly recommended for schools!”
"Stunning international shows, and in different languages!"
"Highly recommended for international schools, exceptional standards."

The Scientific Alphabet

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The Scientific Alphabet

7-minute snippets of scientific information communicated with stunning 360˚ visuals.

Note: Spanish productions narrated in English. Please preview them in full below to ensure you are happy with the style and content.

  • A is for Aurora : The Biggest Screen in the World (7min). Marvel in awe at the splenour of this natural spectacle while discovering how it is formed. Full preview below.
  • N is for Nucleosynthesis : The Gold Hunters (8min) Find out about the origin of the elements and discover the only way gold can be created. Full preview below. Note: narrated in English yet elements are labelled in Spanish.
  • V is for Volcano : Two Salmon in a Volcano (7min) Swim with two imaginary salmon able to withstand extreme temperatures as they explore geysers and volcanos. Full preview below.

Film Type

KS2-KS3  /  Families
Also available in Spanish and Russian.


A is for Aurora : The Biggest Screen in the World



N is for Nucleosynthesis : The Gold Hunters



V is for Volcano : Two Salmon in a Volcano