How many stars are there in the Milky Way? How many galaxies like ours are out there? Explore our Solar System and find answers to some of space’s greatest facts using virtual reality. Your students will be transported into space to see the planets, the Milky Way Galaxy and the International Space Station. This journey helps put space into perspective and encourages students to think about how vast the universe really is.
This workshop is brought to you using 360° computer-generated images and videos. If you would like to book this workshop or find out more information, please submit an enquiry form or request a copy of our digital brochure.
Are you looking to bring your topics to life? Using virtual reality, PrimeVR can inspire imagination and bring the outside world into your classroom. Our passionate team of educators can run a series of different workshops at your school to help bring a topic to life and excite your pupils about their learning. Request a copy of our brochure today to find out more information.
“We arranged for each KS2 class to access PrimeVR and I cannot recommend it enough. The reactions of each and every child alone spoke volumes with how amazed they were by the experience – they could not stop talking about it afterwards! The cost was great value for money too and this will be something that we will look into for following years.”
“I would recommend PrimeVR to every primary school simply because the children take so much away from it. We had our first session this week and are already looking at the option of having them in at key points through the year. It was a great moment each time the children put the VR set up to their eyes and you could hear each child gasp in amazement as they were faced with otherwise impossible scenes.”
“FANTASTIC!! A 5* virtual experience delivered to 70 Year 4 pupils who were enthralled from start to finish. The children's reactions were priceless! We would not hesitate to book Prime VR again in the future and highly recommend their workshops to any teacher wanting to give their pupils a memorable learning experience. Thank you!”