How do electric circuits work? If children of primary school age can experiment independently with professional support on electricity boxes suitable for children, they will enjoy finding the answer here.
In addition, their interest in science and technology is awakened in a playful way. This is exactly where the "TuWaS!" campaign of the Bonn/Rhein-Sieg and Cologne Chamber of Industry and Commerce comes in: Early support is an important contribution to imparting knowledge and preparing our next generation for the growing challenges in business and society.
We welcome this action: For us as a mechanical engineering company at the Troisdorf site, good education has always been a high priority. "The concept of the "TuWaS!" project, to arouse interest in technical and scientific topics already in primary school, has convinced us very much", says Mrs. Dr. Küpper, who accompanies this social project as a godmother. Reifenhäuser specifically supports two primary schools in our area: the Gemeinschaftsgrundschule Sieglar and the Katholische Grundschule Schlossstraße in Troisdorf.
"The concept of the "TuWaS!" project is convincing: during our school visits we were able to experience the pupils' enthusiasm for experimenting. We are already looking forward to our future trainees!"
Logo of the campaign TuWaS!