About the Programme
Our goal is to help schools inspire the scientists, engineers and teachers of tomorrow as well as provide teachers with the hook that will spark their pupils’ curiosity. We want to give pupils the confidence to explore, make mistakes and discuss their ideas. By sending volunteers into schools we aim to provide participants with a diverse and enthusiastic group of positive role models.
To register your interest please contact
Phone: 02476 573 555
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Your pupils will explore subjects studied at University such as Engineering, Law, History and Politics in a fun and interactive way. The pupils compete to build a Roman bridge and play the role of a judge or the jury in a full scale Guy Fawkes’ trial.
This module offers a taste of Economics adapted to a Key Stage 2 level. The pupils become world producer in a Fair Trade game, manage their own family budget and research the origin of money.
Your pupils will be introduced to the principles of Liberal law and Citizenship in this engaging module. They will put Henry VIII on trial, compete in a debating team and learn how evidence are use in court.
Students from our Modern Languages department will show your children how to use historical pictures to learn about the French Revolution and the children will make their own stop motion lego revolution movie. You can see an example from one of the video made here.
To register your interest for 2018 please contact Marie Diebolt at M.L.Diebolt@warwick.ac.uk