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Digital Activity

We understand that it is a challenging time for students, teachers and parents/carers, and we have created this page to outline some of the online resources that are available for information, guidance and support, and also digital events for Widening Participation students, parents and school groups. For digital events for all post 16 students and school groups visit the Schools webpages. During this time our colleagues are still working and developing further content, and you can contact us by emailing outreach@warwick.ac.uk

Digital Resources

Students - Primary
Students - Years 7 - 10
Students - Years 11 - 13
Teachers
Parents & Carers
Subject Specific

Digital Events

Primary Events

TeenTech Live Project

For children aged 8-11

The TeenTech Live project is running this summer in Coventry for students aged between 8 and 11 years old, supported by the University of Warwick and WMG.

Students will get the opportunity to think BIG about the City of Tomorrow, designing and creating ideas whilst receiving live feedback from local and national employers!

Take a look at the flyer from the team at TeenTech project here

Bright Stars Digital Monthly Challenge

For Primary Key Stage 2 Students

We are launching this week our first monthly challenge aimed at primary school children in Key Stage 2. The project will take place between February and July 2021 and is designed and delivered by four Undergraduate Warwick Students.

The project is entirely digital and can be done from home or school on a computer. It is asynchronous so the children get to meet our students indirectly via videos and blogs. The activity is opened to all, so please feel free to use for your own events or with your own children. Challenges will be released in the first week of each month here.

Virtual Escape Box

Year 5 or 6 students

This box is designed to spark your Year 5 and 6 pupils' interests for STEM subjects in a fun and challenging way. Over an hour long session, they will try to solve puzzles in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths including topics such as electricity, space whilst discovering more about famous women scientists. Your pupils will also stretch key skills such as problem solving and understanding and analysing data to support their transition to secondary school.

Find out more here

WMG Coventry City of Culture 'Stitch in Time' Project

For Primary Students Years 5 & 6

WMG is supporting Coventry City of Culture 2021 with the Stitch in Time Project. The project is aimed specifically at year 5 and/or 6. If you are interested to take part in any future iterations of the project (online or hopefully in 2021 in schools) you can contact wmgoutreach@warwick.ac.uk You can find out more about the project here https://warwick.ac.uk/about/cityofculture/get-involved/projects/stitchintime/


Post 16 Events

Thinking About University?

Year 12 and 13 Sessions for Teachers to book for their students!

Whilst the WP Team are unable to come out to your school, we are happy to run a webinar on one of several topics linked to Thinking about University. Sessions are between 45 minutes to 1 hour in length and topics include:

Thinking About University? Choosing the Right University/Course
How to Apply: Personal Statements & the UCAS Process Making Competitive Applications

Making the most of Year 12/Year 13

Student Finance

University vs Apprenticeship

Suggest a topic to us?

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Events for Parents




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