Science, psychology & history conferences in London, November 2017.

Both conferences are tied directly to the curriculum with a range of resources available to make sure your students get the most out of their educational trip to London.

On The Front Line Conference - New Frontiers in Forensics, Crime & Security

21st November - 10am to 4pm - The Light, Friend's House, London

A riveting and unforgettable day out for your pupils that has been carefully designed to connect to fundamental objectives or key themes in your science and psychology curriculum.

Educators will be provided with a comprehensive curriculum guide outlining the national curriculum objectives that each presentation meets. This will allow you to bring this experience back to your classroom for further discussion or exploration.

Be riveted by live demonstrations and talks by leading scientists and technologists. This event is proudly hosted by Forensic Outreach, with distinguished academics joining us as speakers from across the United Kingdom and abroad.

Talk Series and Speakers

More information will be added here over the next few months. Please watch this space!

Professor Patricia Wiltshire
The “queen” of forensic science and pioneering palynologist
Southhampton University

Dr Richard Jones
Forensic pathologist
Cardiff University School of Medicine and Wales Institute of Forensic Medicine

Dr Christopher Solomon
Medical physics and facial reconstruction expert
University of Kent

Dr Sarah Morris
Cyber-security 
Cranfield University

Dr Rachel Bolton-King
Forensic firearm analysis
Staffordshire University

History of Medicine Conference

November 7th or November 14th 2017 - 10am to 4pm - The Light, Friend's House, London

The History of Medicine Conference – in addition to being a fascinating day out for your students – has been designed to connect to fundamental objectives or key themes in your science, history or psychology curriculum. Students will be captivated by a series of gripping talks, curated to directly complement the science, history and psychology curriculum.

Educators will be provided with a comprehensive curriculum guide outlining the national curriculum objectives that each presentation meets. This will allow you to bring this experience back to your classroom for further discussion or exploration.

Get a taste of what your students can expect:
SCIENCE: Wow your biology and chemistry students with stories of how the early understanding of the basic tenets of these subjects inspired the physicians of yore.
HISTORY: Enrich your history of medicine curriculum with a day packed full of in-depth explorations of medicine throughout history
PSYCHOLOGY: Peek through the windows of Bedlam: history’s most infamous psychiatric institution.

Talk Series and Speakers

More incredible speakers will be added to this list shortly. Please watch this space!

Caroline Smith
Interim Director
Bethlem Museum of the Mind

Professor Andrew Gregory
Professor of History and Philosophy of Science
Speaking about: Magic + science
University College London

Dr Christopher Solomon
Senior Lecturer in the History of Medicine
Speaking about: History of forensic medicine
Oxford Brookes University

Dr Julie Anderson
History of war and medicine
University of Kent

Cheryl Lancaster
The history of stem cell research
Durham University

Dr Gary Enever 
History of anaesthesia in dentistry
NHS 

 

London tours with NST

We'll pull together your ideal package including transport, accommodation and an itinenary of exicting visits and attractions. 

Popular visits you could add to your 2 day conference trip

Freud Museum

Delve into the darker corners of the mind at the final home of the father of modern psychology!

Science Museum

The Science Museum is packed with awe-inspiring galleries, interactive resources and inspirational exhibitions.

Imperial War Museum

After a major redevelopment in 2014, the museum now features groundbreaking new WWI Galleries.

Coca-cola London Eye

For a fantastic bird’s eye view of England’s capital city, take a ride on the Coca-Cola London Eye. Spot famed landmarks and take in the 30-mile panoramic view. Plus enjoy fantastic group prices with NST.

Thames River Cruise

Take in London’s best-loved sights on this enjoyable cruise. Your pupils will gain an insight into the many layers of history that have built up along the river, from the Houses of Parliament and Tower Bridge to the Coca-Cola London Eye.

Wounded: Conflict, Casualties & Care Exhibition at the Science Museum

Wounded: Conflict, Casualties and Care draws on the Science Museum’s extensive WWI medical collections.

The Old Operating Theatre Museum & Herb Garret

Understand the nature of surgery before the barriers of infection and pain had been overcome with the reconstruction of a 19th century operation.

Natural History Museum

At this exciting museum, your pupils can explore the natural world and discover the amazing diversity of life that has evolved on our planet.

Science & Maths Magic Shows

Run by Dr Matt Pritchard, who works for organisations like Royal Institution, British Science Association and The Big Bang fairs, these interactive science and maths magic shows will inspire and inform pupils.

Forensic Psychology Lectures - Inside the Criminal Mind: Forensic Psychology

Explore the fascinating world of criminal psychology in these incredibly hands-on 90-minute sessions with Forensic Outreach.

Learn more about our London psychology, science and history school trip programmes here.

2 days in London from £119pp, includes:

  • 1 conference of your choice
  • 1 nights' B&B accommodation
  • Executive coach transport from & to school & throughout your stay
  • Group travel insurance & 1 in 8 free place ratio.

Price shown based on 40 paying passengers from selected departure points.