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Our Modules

Schools can choose from a range of modules designed and delivered by our Warwick students in schools over a three weeks period on a Wednesday afternoon. At the end of the module all the schools and parents are invited to join us on campus for a graduation ceremony to celebrate your pupils' hard work on Wednesday 4th March 2020.


Applications for Warwick Bright Stars modules 2019/2020 are now closed.

You can still sign up for a School Talk, Lesson in a box or teacher CPD by going back to the main page.


Insight Into Engineering 2019

In this module, children will learn about an aspect of engineering and manufacturing. They will learn to use computer software for design work, applying their mathematical knowledge of geometry and measurement. Working collaboratively, they will develop their resilience by learning how to test and improve their work. The autumn module is about computer-aided design for 3D printing.

"I really enjoyed learning about computers and designing our project with my team", Year 5 pupil, St Osburgs Primary School

Dates available for this module: Option 1: 30 October, 6 and 13 November 2019

Option 2: 20 and 27 November and 4 December 2019

Option 3: 29 January, 5 and 12 February 2020

Liberal Arts 2019

We are very excited about our new module this year! Students from our Faculty of Arts will work with your pupils to explore critical thinking and problem-solving through a creative set of fun activities.

Dates available for this module: 29 January, 5 and 12 February 2020

Fair and Square 2019

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 pieces of evidence are use in court.

"Warwick students were really friendly and they answered all our questions. I enjoyed being a lawyer in the Jack and the Beanstalk trial." Year 5 pupil, St Mary's Catholic Primary School

Dates available for this module:29 January, 5 and 12 February 2020

Stop Motion Revolution 2019

Students from our Modern Languages department will help your children explore historical pictures to learn about the French Revolution and make their own stop motion lego revolution movie. You can see an example from one of the video made here.

"Living in a small village, the pupils and their parents were simply mesmerized by just being in the University for the graduation ceremony. The delight and excitement in their eyes was a pleasure to see. " Teacher, Arley Primary School

Dates available for this module:29 January, 5 and 12 February 2020