Science Week 2020 Virtual Workshops

Science Week 8-15 November 2020
16th December 2019

We are super excited about our slightly different Science WEEK 2020 Programme. Pre recorded and blended Virtual STEM Kite Workshops will run this year. We will courier kites and resources to your school or youth organization and liaise with one central contact to discuss workshop logistics. There will be virtual interaction, experiments, video clips and discussion creating fun through science education.

Due to the Covid19 pandemic we had to restructure Go Fly Your Kite to run our workshops virtually

Countdown to Virtual Science Week 2020 STEM Flight Kite Workshops across Ireland .

What flies? How do things fly? Take offs & landings, simple experiments, videoclips, trace, colour, construct & fly!
25 minutes of science fun and tracing and colouring graphics onto your fabulous kite and  constructing it.  You can then take your kite outside and fly your kite after the workshop.
* Kites couriered direct to your school
* Traceable graphics
* Individual sanitised sleeves for each kite with rods and handle or individual kite box.
*  We provide you with a short after workshop, video clip that provides you with all the contents of the live workshops should you need to recap and refer to.
Check out some media information from Science Week 2020
Are you are a Librarian or School Teacher and you are looking at planning for Science Week 2021.  Please contact us for great group rates for virtual STEM workshops for 2021. Call Glenn or George 0892359072 / +44 (0) 7921510152 .






Virtual STEM kite workshops
STEM Primary School virtual kite workshops


Science Week 2020
Science Week 2020





2019 Science Week



We had an amazing time during 2019’s Science Week delivering our STEAM kite workshops to over 1200 primary school children. Our 60 minute workshops covered.. what flies?  How do things fly? Why do things that go up must come down? We built our own paper aeroplane and even designed our own proper kite to fly and take home!  How awesome was that?