Publish on 05/07/2016
What will the weather be like tomorrow? How do weather phenomena occur? How does the weather affect our daily lives and the generation of electricity?
This event aims to help children understand the causes of weather phenomena and learn about their effects on our daily lives. Kids will also have the opportunity to build a rainfall gauge and a wind vane, which they’ll be able to take home and use. Video equipment will also be on hand for them to simulate the presentation of a weather forecast, just like a real TV presenter.
- 2 p.m.: Welcome at the EDF Flamanville visitor centre
- 2.15 p.m.: Participative lecture on weather phenomena and their effects on our daily lives
- 2.45 p.m.: Rain-gauge and wind-vane workshop
- 3.30 p.m.: Weather forecast presentation
- 4.15 p.m.: Afternoon snack
- 4.30 p.m.: End
The event is open to children aged 6 and above. It will be hosted every Wednesday afternoon during the summer, from Wednesday 20 July to Wednesday 24 August.
If you’d like to sign up or to request more information about the event, please contact the Flamanville visitor centre at: