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We run a wide range of activities for teachers, families and school pupils of all ages. These activities aim to raise aspirations, support the curriculum and offer professional development.

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AS and A Level Music Revision Course

  • April
  • 2-4 hours

A course that covers the written papers for AS and A Level Music examinations in Wales.

Key stage five

GCSE Music Composition Workshop

  • Available on request
  • 2-4 hours

Workshop activities designed to inspire GCSE composition projects.

Key stage three Key stage four

Big Band Day

  • Available on request
  • A full day

An opportunity to develop jazz ensemble, playing collaborating with University jazz students and staff.

Teachers Families Key stage three Key stage four Key stage five Further education students

Wales China Schools Project

  • Available on request
  • More than one day

The Wales China Schools Project is managed by the Cardiff Confucius Institute and seeks to support the teaching of Chinese language and culture in schools across Wales.

Teachers Foundation Key stage two Key stage three Key stage four Key stage five

Science in Health LIVE

  • Wednesday 11 March 2020, 09:00 - Thursday 12 March 2020, 16:00

A interactive one day event providing an insight into ongoing biomedical research and scientific breakthroughs at the University.

Teachers Key stage five

Science in Health Work Experience

  • June, July
  • More than one day

A week's laboratory work experience designed to inspire year 12 pupils and to help them realise the choices available when pursuing a career in science or medicine.

Key stage five

Science in Health Public Lectures

  • January, February, March, October, November, December
  • Up to 2 hours

A series of public lectures around science and health that are suitable for all the family.

Teachers Key stage four Key stage five Further education students

Physics Mentoring

  • Available on request
  • More than one day
  • Available in Welsh

The Physics Mentoring Project aims to increase science capital, by sending trained undergraduate students into schools to mentor year 10 and 11 pupils.

Teachers Key stage four