Please note that exhibition gallery halls will be closed on Mondays except school and public holidays. Lab lessons for schools will continue as per normal on these closure days. We thank you for your understanding. We know that electricity is important, but how much do we really know about it? Through experimentation and hands-on activities, explore concepts such as parallel and series circuits, electrical connections, conductors, and insulators. Find out how common electrical components like fuses and LEDs work, and how these are important in our daily lives.Objectives:Recognise that an electric circuit consisting of an energy source (battery) and other circuit components (wire, bulb, switch) forms an electrical system.Show an understanding that current can only flow in a closed circuit.Identify electrical conductors and insulators.Construct simple circuits from circuit diagrams.Investigate the effect of some variables on the current in a circuit and communicate findings.Delivery Type Hands-On Workshop Level P5, P6 Number of Pax 20 to 40Duration 1.50 hours Timing 9.30am, 2.30pmFees $0 Book this programmeFor instructions on how to book our programmes, please read our Online Education Programmes SystemTo book a programme, please access the online booking system.