An exciting new way of teaching physics to KS2 children through aerial dance. Flying Into Physics currently works with twenty schools in London,  Leicester and Kent over 24 months to raise the profile of science schools and inspire children to enjoy science and engineering. Using exciting and creative aerial techniques to explore physical forces, Flying into Physics makes science approachable and accessible for a wide range of learners, including those who typically feel less inspired by science.

Flying Into Physics was piloted in 2018 and is being delivered with 20 schools in London, Leicester and Kent/Sussex throughout 2019-20 with support from Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

If you are interested in Flying Into Physics at your school, please email

Images: Gigi Giannella

Supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation in partnership with University College London.