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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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Blood and Cells

  • Available on request
  • 2-4 hours
  • Available in Welsh

The aim is to promote an understanding of blood component function, common cells in the human body and immunity.

Teachers Families Foundation Key stage two

Blast-a-Biofilm

  • Available on request
  • 2-4 hours

This workshop introduces pupils to good and bad microbes whilst learning the importance of dental hygiene. We can deliver it on request from primary schools and public event organisers.

Teachers Families Foundation

GCSE Music Composition Workshop

  • Available on request
  • 2-4 hours

Workshop activities designed to inspire GCSE composition projects.

Key stage three Key stage four

Bones and Organs

  • Available on request
  • Up to 2 hours

This activity aims to promote an understanding of human anatomy, organ placement and organ function.

Teachers Foundation Key stage two

Maggot Racing

  • Available on request
  • 2-4 hours

This activity aims to outline the clinical application of medical maggots in wound care and healing as well as teach the life cycle of a fly.

Teachers Foundation Key stage two

Virtual Rehabilitation Movement Games

  • Available on request
  • Up to 2 hours

This activity aims to promote an understanding of body movement, the function and importance of muscles and the concept of rehabilitation which is needed when muscles have trouble functioning properly.

Teachers Key stage two Key stage three

Suturing

  • Available on request
  • Flexible

This activity teaches A Level students interested in studying medicine the skill of suturing.

Key stage five

Ocular Diseases

  • Available on request
  • Flexible

This activity teaches pupils about the effect of living with different eye conditions.

Key stage five

Widening Access to Medicine Mentoring Scheme (WAMMS)

  • Available on request
  • Flexible
  • Available in Welsh

A programme that offers mentoring to pupils in order to help them through the application process for studying medicine at university.

Key stage four Key stage five

Discovery Project

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

This project is for young people with autistic spectrum condition between the ages of 14 and 19 who have the potential to go on to university.

Key stage four Key stage five Further education students