Immersive Experiences Mobile Planetarium School Workshops Nationwide
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What are our school workshops like?
We discuss and tailor our visit in response to your class needs. A visit might compose of a three hour half day session. This typically would be divided up into 5 or 6 lessons with each lesson catering for between 1-55 primary children with their teachers. Each lesson is tailored to the class, so for instance
Arrive school 8:10am Set up
First Lesson 9:05am
33children 2teachers Year 3 students:
Dinosaurs at Dusk (evolution of flight)
26children 2teachers Year 6 students:
We are Aliens (solar system, search for life)
22children 6teachers Reception:
The Little Star that Could ( Star Story)
39 children 3teachers Year 5:
2 in 1 Show 15 mins Presenter Lead tour round solar system focusing on the night sky in your town followed by Q and A. Ending with 10 minute movie Journey to Infinity
16children 2teachers Year 5 students:
repeat Second Lesson
Sixth Lesson 11:30am
40children 4 teachers Year 7 to Year 13 from local secondary school:
Myriad of curriculum-related subjects available from maths to art, dance to history.
Finish midday. Pack up and depart by 12:30pm
As you can see we have over 100 curriculum-related films available covering 25 subjects as well as live presenter lead shows. We can mix and match to your requirements to provide what you need. We are also very happy to advise most suitable content for age and subject.