RHS: North West Teacher Courses for Spring Term 2017
December 01st 2016

RHS: North West Teacher Courses for Spring Term 2017

The Royal Horticultural Society have opened bookings for their 2017 teacher courses. Take a look at these cross-curricular opportunities…

A Year in Your School Gardening Club
This course is full of fun projects and activities to help you keep your gardening club flourishing in all weathers and seasons throughout the year. Learn basic horticulture skills and find out about safety aspects and practical considerations needed to set up and run a successful gardening club.

Wellacre Technology Academy, Irlam Road, Manchester, Lancashire, M41 6AP
02 Dec, 2016

Growing and Cooking with Maths and Science throughout the Seasons with Open Futures
This is a hands-on workshop that will equip you to teach the fundamental skills of growing and cooking to your pupils whilst ensuring their safety in the garden or kitchen. In the morning you will learn knife skills including the bridge and claw method and try your hand at making soups, salads and healthy puddings using these and other techniques. The afternoon will be spent in the vegetable garden practicing seasonal jobs appropriate to the time of year. In both sessions we will explore some of the fascinating science behind seasonal changes in the garden as well as exploring new ingredients and recipes.

Cheetham C E Community Academy, Halliwell Lane, Manchester M8 9FR
15 Feb, 2017

Investigate Primary Plant Science through the Garden
School gardens are a fantastic resource to help children develop a sense of excitement and curiosity about the natural world. Learn to inspire them through the wonder of plants and send them on a journey of investigation and discovery as they explore the science of the garden. During the day you will enjoy practical activities linked to soils, plant anatomy and plant classification. We will also teach you seed sowing and propagation techniques to bring your lessons on plant lifecycles to life.

Woodheys Primary School, Meadway, Sale, Greater Manchester, M33 4PG
24 Feb, 2017

The Edible School Garden
This course will give you the skills you need to set up a simple productive garden and manage the growing space seasonally throughout the year. By encouraging your pupils to grow their own food, you can improve their knowledge of plant science required by the current curriculum and encourage healthy eating through the discovery of exciting new tastes and flavours

Ordsall Hall, 322 Ordsall Lane, Ordsall, Salford, M5 3AN
23 Mar, 2017

Apply Primary Maths and English Skills Outdoors
Have you ever thought about taking your pupils outside for maths and English lessons? Being in the school garden or a beautiful local green space will inspire your pupils to learn, enjoy and achieve in these subjects.

Eagley Infant School, Stonestead Drive, Bromley Cross, Bolton BL7 9LN
27 Apr, 2017

Prices vary per course, click here to find out more and book…

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