Shell Fife NGL plant and Aberdeen Science Centre have teamed up to take a unique brand of STEM education on the road for Fife Family Fun Day.

A wide variety of activities will be available across the day. These include building and programming robotics with Computer Xplorers, STEM through time with Techfest, and the chance to learn all about optical illusions.

A range of other sessions will be running courtesy of Archaeology Scotland, Fife College, Cowden in the Community, Scottish Sports Futures, Glasgow Science Centre, Young Engineers and Science Clubs (YESC), and Dundee Science Centre.

There will also be face painting from Angela’s Squiggly Faces Shell UK’s Energy Mix Table as well as arts & crafts, and an under 6 years old activity area.

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Elaine Holland, deputy chief executive at Aberdeen Science Centre, said: “We are very excited to partner up with Shell UK for Fife Family Fun Day 2024.

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“We are once again working alongside some fantastic organisations who will be running many of the activities, including Dundee and Glasgow Science Centres and Tricky Ricky, who will ensure the event will be a day to remember.

“We are looking forward to welcoming people of all ages on the day and we cannot wait to show everyone what we have in store.”

The Fife Family Fun Day will take place on Saturday, May 25, from 10am to 3pm at Beath High School, Cowdenbeath. Admission to the event is free, and no advanced booking required.

Parking is available at the Beath High School car park. Attendees should use the entrance to the dining hall instead of the main school entrance.