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A night of molecular mayhem & chemical chaos to support teaching in Africa!

chem_1.pngNick Barker would like to invite alumni, families and friends to campus to see a noisy, frothy, bubbly display of whizz-bang Chemistry on Thursday 17 March 2016 from 6.30pm - 7.30pm in the Zeeman Building, University of Warwick. Suitable for all children and the young at heart from 7 to 107. Warning! This session contains some loud bangs… and bad jokes.

Venue: MS.02 lecture theatre in the Zeeman building

Tickets: £5 per person, £10 per family or £40 for a school or youth group of 10+ people.

All money raised will be donated to Warwick in Africa. Book your tickets here.

Warwick in Africa is a project delivering big results in Maths and English teaching in secondary schools in Tanzania, Ghana and South Africa. We use the talented resource of students from the University of Warwick who spend their summer teaching learners and teachers in schools across Africa. The results speak for themselves with an average improvement in learner test results of 57%.

Nick has previously volunteered with Warwick in Africa, helping to deliver teacher training to local teachers in South Africa and Ghana.

For more information on Warwick in Africa please take a look at our website and view our short film.