Welcome to Education Harbour
Education Harbour Ltd was founded by Alan Sheridan in 2008 after six years in science communication left him frustrated by the lack of some of the right basic products to make science fun and more accesible. The first product rainbow glasses for children remain popular in great schools and are just as popular in party bags. Several other holographic diffractions products followed until a breakthrough in 2015 when the BBC chose our eclipse glasses for their own coverage. Thousands of children watched the eclipse safely thanks to our hard work. The rest of 2015 was spent working on the development of our Newton’s Colour Wheel with launches to the education market Association for Science Education Conference 2016 at Birmingham University and then to the retail trade at The Toy Fair 2016.
This new product also sees the theme of the company moving more towards the ‘Science Meets Magic’ theme which will drive the development process as we continue to seek ways to better serve our customers. Our partnership with Octagon Studio adds Augmented Reality to our portfolio of fun, learning products and takes us into the heart of the tech arena. 2018 began with recognition of Humanoid 4D+ as a ‘Tech for Teachers Awards’ Finalist and enhanced interest from educational wholesalers to feature our products in their catalogues making it even easier for schools to make their purchases. We will also use 2018 to continue to improve packaging to both add ‘kerb’ appeal and reduce environmental impact across our ranges.
Are you a PACEY member?
At Education Harbour we want to continue making education fun for more children. This is why we offer exclusive offers for PACEY members. If you are a PACEY member please feel free to contact us to discuss our current offers or contact the PACEY association at [email protected]
What we are about
We love science and want to use it to create great products
We want our customers to get more enjoyment from studying
We want our customers to get more from partying
We combine virtual resources (our AR/VR offer) and physical products (diffraction glasses, colour wheels and eclipse glasses).
Introducing the Cars 4D+; a set of Augmented Reality flashcard set depicting various types of cars and automobiles. Scan the individual cards to reveal the many vehicles ranging the alphabet.
Have you ever wondered how your voice box works? Or how thousands of tiny receptors on your tongue help you distinguish all sorts of different flavors? Introducing the Humanoid 4D+.
Features super spinner and seven (7) pre-printed discs; each with a special effect. Recreate Sir Isaac Newton’s colour wheel experiment and see colour disappear completely from the disc or combine to form different colours entirely.
The Octaland 4D+ Free App is an A-Z of Occupations and makes the characters come to life when viewed through the camera of your smartphone or tablet. This colouring book has outline images of all the characters that you can colour in yourself.
Humanoid 4D+ – Tech for Teachers Finalist!
What matters in education, is what works – and Tech for Teachers is an awards scheme launched in 2017 by the publishers of Technology & Innovation and Teach Secondary magazines, aimed at identifying the very best classroom innovations in seven, curriculum-linked categories. Only resources with the potential to have real, measurable impact on teaching and learning – as well as boosting engagement and easing the pressure of workload for educators – are recognised.