Educational Activities for Kids

We have had the privilege of working at many education related events across Scotland. Our educational activities for kids combine engaging activities, using a range of PeachyKeen resources to achieve learning outcomes. Including fulfilling the requirements of STEAM.

PeachyKeen focuses on developing the four capacities in a context that has a strong bias towards Health & Wellbeing and “green” environmental awareness. We see it all as PeachyKeen “fun”, schools see it as an opportunity for inter-disciplinary learning. Emphasising renewable energy, healthy eating, exercise and individual/team development.

An educational pack cross referenced to experiences/ outcomes of STEAM. We also provide follow-up suggestions to provide a range of new ideas. Of course we can also teachers who will want to tailor things specifically for their children.

If you would like to discover how we can bring a new dimension to your classroom learning by providing educational activities for kids please contact us.

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Bespoke Commissions PeachyKeen are always keen to be challenged and work with you to  find…

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Events PeachyKeen bike powered activities for events are available for hire throughout Scotland and beyond!…

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  • "PeachyKeen have been fantastic partners to work with from design to build, and provided an interactive and engaging customer focused activity across the 4 days of the Royal Highland Show." Sara Smith, RHET Learning and Development Co-ordinator

  • “What a fantastic organisation and great STEM learning whilst having a fun experience for school pupils. Thanks PeachyKeen for your support at our STEM Olympics.” Colin Miller, Head of Service: External Engagement

  • “I can’t recommend PeachyKeen highly enough. They are a polished act who bring energy and oomph to any event and have the most amazing equipment . They look good, are well prepared, and everything about their service is top quality from the products and materials used and the way the work with people and the customers.” Laura Carswell - Neilston Development Trust

  • "We have had the privilege of working at education related events where we combine engaging activities, using a range of PeachyKeen resources."

  • "It’s always a pleasure to work with Andrew and the team from PeachyKeen. Interesting, engaging and fun activities delivered with enthusiasm and professionalism." Amy Russell, Events Officer

  • "We look forward to welcoming the PeachyKeen team to our events. People of all ages and abilities love the hand-on activities." Scottish Borders Council

  • "We were delighted to have PeachyKeen on board at the first ASGF Festival of Ideas Adam’s Family Fun Day in March. They were very professional and kept our visitors engaged with their amazing eco-friendly equipment. It was great to see the young ones enjoying themselves. We would definitely recommend them for your event." Karen Taylor, Partnerships & Creative Development Manager

  • “For our Earth Hour event, PeachyKeen were very well equipped to run a fantastic bicycle-powered light display, capturing the attention of just over one hundred participants. It was a fun and interactive exhibition, and we look forward to welcoming them back in future!” Lara Fahey, Transition University of St Andrews

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