Thanks for Educator’s guide and thanks for a fantastic day today.
All students thoroughly enjoyed their session and felt it was well pitched and they all learned something. Martin was brilliant with the students.
Looking forward to having the exploration dome visit the school again .
Debora and Martin,
The students are still “all chat” about the Dome. It was such an unusual treat for them.
The senior students were disappointed they didn’t get to go but I told them to look out for you at music festivals!
Thanks very much for an educational and enjoyable day.
A very big Thank You from all here at Mary, Mother of Hope Junior National School!! We all thoroughly enjoyed the show. It was “awesome!” according to our kids! Great reports from Teachers also!
Excellent graphics! educational yet fun! I think people think that it would cost a fortune to hire the dome for a kids party- that was the reaction we got from people when we said we were going to do it. People probably think it’s only affordable by large numbers in schools, but we found it very reasonable and far more educational and fun than running around in a playhouse- hopefully the word will spread!
Brought it to life, made it very interesting, very different to anything we had experienced before
Amazing experience for our young pupils..this has become an annual event in the Salesian Primary school calendar! Looking forward to next year’s visit already!!
Last week was Science week. We went into the Dome. It was fun. We saw all the planets in the Solar System. The planets were so cool. We saw Mercury, Venus, Mars, Earth, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, Pluto, Uranus. I wish all of my family could go.
On Friday I went to a planetarium. The closest planet to the sun is Mercury. The scientists say Pluto is no longer a planet. Pluto is too small to be a planet. I saw the big dipper. I saw the North star.