“It includes a mixture of original and replica fossils with interpretation cards for each one, and a set of activity suggestions to help students make the most of the opportunities to explore planet Earth before humanity existed.”
“The workshop includes hands-on activities that allow students to better understand how the sewerage systems that they take for granted work behind the scenes, and how they fit into the water cycle, and also a tour that takes them amongst the enormous beam engines.”
“The project arose from an earlier event which highlighted the potential for heritage science themes to help build bridges between arts and science teaching in schools whilst spreading awareness of an aspect of museum and gallery work that is often hidden behind the scenes.”
As part of Kate Travers Associates I was commissioned to develop classroom resources to support the AHRC-funded project Florence Nightingale Comes Home for 2020. Click the image above to find out more.