8 April 2022 | Paul Harwood
We made a very special trip out to Kemble Primary School to celebrate British National Science Week and we had such a fantastic day learning from the children!
7 March 2022 | Paul Harwood
The 8th of March marks the United Nation’s International Women’s Day, a day which is dedicated to celebrating women’s achievements through increasing their visibility (both past and present) whilst also calling out against gender-based inequality which to this day still persists.
30 November 2021 | Paul Harwood
Hang up your tinsel and start warming up the mulled wine – Christmas isn’t cancelled just yet.
23 November 2021 | Paul Harwood
The COP26 summit has further amplified the UK’s commitments to become a world leader in sustainability right across the education system by engaging young people and bringing them on our journey toward net zero and a green future.
21 October 2021 | Paul Harwood
Play is one of the best ways for young children to develop essential and important tools and skills which will set them up for the rest of their lives. Today, we would like to talk a little bit about light play and how it could benefit your children during their precious time spent playing.
27 September 2021 | Hannah Hoskins
We have a brand new Polydron Cleaning System that will be in stock from the end of October 2021 and is ready to order now!
1 April 2021 | Hannah Hoskins
We first discovered Vamsi Poongundran when his parents contacted us to tell us about Vamsi’s passions for STEM and creating engaging content not only for his own personal development but for his peers too. They told us how Vamsi was interested in our fantastic Polydron Bridges and Engineering Sets for an upcoming video.
13 November 2020 | Hannah Hoskins
Polydron are so happy to announce that 2 of our fantastic products have each won a prestigious Teach Early Years Award in this years competition!
6 April 2016 | Paul Harwood
I am inspired to share my thoughts, on one of the latest educational directions, that is becoming quite popular not only in UK schools but in many areas worldwide as well. I should say that my qualifications here are very limited. I am a keen observer, a parent and businessman, which all amounts to just your average layman. I don't have any science behind my views and the last thing I want to do is to offend any sensitivity any more suitably qualified person might possess, but for the record, here are my thoughts on STEM.
26 April 2013 | Paul Harwood
HowToLearn.com awards Polydron Bridges as Best Educational Science Toy (Physics) 2012