Superpillars Assemble! is an interactive dance workshop for KS1/KS2 children to learn about butterflies, moths and conserving their habitats. This project was created in collaboration with Oxford Brookes University Science Bazaar and the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH). 


Superpillars Assemble! is part of a series called Butterflies Under Pressure; engaging practical science activities for KS1/KS2 primary school children (aged 5-11), using dance and PE activities to engage kinaesthetic learners with the curriculum topic “Living things and their habitats”.


You can find out more about the collaboration via Oxford Science Bazaar's website.

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Commissioned by

Oxford Science Bazaar,

Oxford Brookes University


 Dr. Melanie Gibbs and

Dr. Casper Breuker