SV Stands for Science Viking. This is because our two main services that we offer are Historical Interpretation and Re-enactment, and Science Shows and Workshops. We also offer a top quality secondary science teacher for supply services in Cumbria.
Please bear with us for the next few days, as we update our website. We are currently consolidating our Fun Science and Midgard Living History websites into one brand new site.
SV Educational Services offers an experienced Historical Interpreter to help your audience understand what it was like to live during Viking and Medieval times, whether you are an attraction, a museum or a school.
We can also provide Viking re-enactment events, from a few warriors with a couple of tents performing small skirmishes, up to over 100 warriors on the field performing large-scale battle re-enactments, with a large Living History encampment. We even have access to a Viking longboat!
At present we have two main characters: Bjarni Thorvaldrson, a Viking raider and trader; and Brother Mellitus, a medieval monk and expert on ink and pigments used to make old manuscripts. More characters are in the pipeline.
Science Shows & Workshops
Our flagship science show is The Fire Show, which was the schools favourite event at The British Science Festival in 2013. We also have The Fun Science Show and a selection of STEM workshops to choose from.
Our professional science presenter is also available for festivals, community events, corporate entertainment and children’s parties.
“An entertaining, fast paced, stimulating and informative performance which had our children on the edge of their seats. We would thoroughly recommend The Fire Show for all children!”
Mrs. G. Hartley, Head, Seascale Primary School
“The Fire Show was the absolute highlight of science week, if not the highlight of the year so far!”
Teacher, South Walney Primary School
Many thanks for a thoroughly enjoyable and jam packed learning day last week. All the children and adults had nothing but praise for your enthusiasm, knowledge and your interaction with everyone.
You certainly met our expectations and needs, and the children are even more inspired to learn more about the Vikings.
Thankyou messages from the children will hopefully arrive next week.
All best wishes and once again many thanks.”
Cath and the Year 3 and 4 team.