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Superpillars Assemble!

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 Butterflies Under Pressure; a series of 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”.

Superpillars Assemble! is now available as a learning resource on Stem Learning, the UK's largest provider of STEM education and careers support to schools, colleges and community groups.


You can find out more about the collaboration by watching the video below or via Oxford Science Bazaar's website.


Commissioned by

Oxford Science Bazaar

Oxford Brookes University

Researchers & Collaborators

 Dr. Melanie Gibbs and

Dr. Casper Breuker


Fredde Lanke


Video Credit

Rosehill Youth Club

Costume Design & Creation

Kerfuffle Studios

Performed at:

Windmill Primary School

Greenman Festival 2022

Oxford Science Bazaar 2022

Rosehill Youth Club 2023

Just So Festival 2023

Superpillars Pilot with the Windmill Primary School

If you are looking to turn your idea or research into a piece of public engagement we'd love to hear from you! You can take a look at our past collaborations here.

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