Winter Livestream Shows

There is a lot to look forward to over winter, and something we particularly enjoy is our annual winter livestreamed show. We get the chance to share some exciting demonstrations with you and connect online with many schools all at the same time. And we love all the interesting questions pupils ask!

2023 Winter Livestream Interactive Shows

“Have you got the guts to learn about food?”

This new online show offered by our amazing team will include exciting demonstrations of energy and food-related phenomena, which will leave you with some morsels for the mind!  Two shows, each tailored for children in Key Stages 1 and 2, will be broadcast live from the Science Oxford Centre. Children will have the opportunity to ask questions via their teachers on a live chat at regular intervals during the shows.

Date: 12 December 2023


  • 11am – 11:30am: for Key Stage 1
  • 1:30 pm – 2pm: for Key Stage 2

Cost: It’s Free

Let us know you’re joining

We’d love you to join us! Registration is not required; you can just watch – but to help us plan we’d appreciate if you could let us know which show(s) you would like to attend. If you do, we will be able to give a shout-out to your school during the live show and send you a teacher information pack before we broadcast. Links to YouTube will be sent out in a dedicated newsletter one week before the event and will also be posted online.

Register your interest here

How to join the Winter Livestream on the day

Links to YouTube will be sent out in a dedicated newsletter one week before the event and will also be posted here on this webpage.


Did you miss last year’s show? You can watch the recordings online.

2022 Winter Wonders online show

You can watch the recordings on YouTube:

Each show is 30 minutes long. These shows offered by our amazing team included incredible weather phenomenon demonstrations. We answered some big questions about weather often on the forefront young pupils’ minds of how clouds are formed, what causes lightning to strike, and what makes up the colours of a rainbow.


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The children loved your shows. The children enjoyed answering the questions and were thrilled seeing their names and comments appear. The shows definitely sparked a lot of awe and wonder - brilliant!