Come and Play at the Garden: The theory and practice of working with Early Years audiences - 22 Sept

At Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Join education researchers, garden, museum and historic building educators for a day of play and early years inspiration hosted by the learning team at Cambridge University Botanic Garden.

Sessions on the day will include:

‘Why children need outdoor, risky, adventurous play’
David Whitebread, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge

‘It’s Magic and Baby Magic at the Fitzwilliam Museum’
Kate Noble and Nicola Wallis, Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge

‘Tiny Explorers and Gnomes Unearthed at Hampton Court Palace’
Rosie Bullimore: Royal Historic Palaces

‘The RHS Little Acorns programme’
Charlotte Banks, RHS Hyde Hall

‘Come and play at the Garden’
Walk and talk tour of the Garden with the Learning Team at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

BOOKING INFORMATION:

Website

£70 bgen members,£98 non-members (includes 1 year free bgen membership), £40 concessions (see terms and conditions) includes all refreshments, lunch and handouts.

If you have any queries meantime, please do contact the bgen Coordinator info@bgen.org.uk   You can find booking terms and conditions here

Numbers are limited to just 25 - book now to secure your place!

Date: 
Fri, 22/09/2017 - 10:00 - 16:00
Cost: 
£98
Contact Name: 
Please see website above
Contact Email: 
info@bgen.org.uk