Science clubs trial

18th July 2008 at 01:00
The Science Museum wants volunteer teachers to help develop resource packs for key stage 3 pupils

The Science Museum wants volunteer teachers to help develop resource packs for key stage 3 pupils. The packs are intended to help secondary teachers and pupils to set up science and engineering clubs. To ensure the packs cater for the needs of teachers and pupils, the museum wants volunteers to try out activities themselves during three focus group sessions. They will then be tested on pupils. The three sessions will be held during this autumn term and spring term 2009. All expenses will be paid and volunteers will receive one of the finished packs, worth pound;200.

sam.spicer@sciencemuseum.org.uk.

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