It’s a great tradition to march a group of students half way along Hurst Spit, come rain or shine. The experience of the wind in your face and trudging through shingle is a memorable one. So much so that the concept of a “depositional feature” or “longshore drift” will hopefully wedge in between those physical … More 360° of sky and sea
On Friday, 11th March 2016, Paultons Park hosted “Science in the Park”. This special event as part of British Science Week celebrated all things science; with over 420 students and teachers attending a series of free workshops as part of their school visit to the Park. We were delighted to welcome a group of bloggers … More “Science in the Park” at Paultons Park
The 2016 season is nearly upon the Paultons Park Education Team and there is more than ever to look forward to this year when booking a school trip! From unique learning days to reward trips, Paultons Park offers a great day out for school visits to the New Forest.
Out of Egypt is an interactive, curriculum linked exhibition coming to St Barbe Museum from 16 January to 27 February 2016. If you are teaching Egyptians this term, this is not to be missed.
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Pennington Junior School have taken part in Arts Award Discover at the Shorelines exhibition and created wonderful new pieces of work. In this post we will share the programme which Year 4 and Year 5 took part in at the museum to complete their first Arts Award, as well as sharing a…
With the summer holidays coming to an end, school staff are gearing up for the new year ahead. Paultons Park, home of ‘Professor Blast’s Learning Lab’ are inviting teachers to their open weekend – taking place on Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th September. Teachers will be able to see the Lab for themselves; preview the Science and ICT based … More Paultons Park FREE Teacher Weekend – 6th/7th September
Martin Kiszko, the UK’s green poet inspires year 5 pupils from Beechwood Junior School at Testwood Lakes Nature Reserve, Totton At Testwood Lakes Nature Reserve in Totton, 60 year 5 pupils from Beechwood Junior School, Southampton have just taken part in a unique day of eco-challenges and a water-inspired poetry workshop. The children are right at … More The UK’s Green Poet pays a visit to the New Forest
The Red House Museum is welcoming KS2 teachers from the Christchurch, East Dorset and New Forest area for a free twilight training session called ‘Know Your Prehistory’
Professor Blast’s Learning Lab, billed as the UK’s most unique learning experience, is now open and ready to welcome school groups.