Applications now open - Spring Bulbs for Schools
Plant bulbs in your school grounds to study climate change. Join this UK wide investigation and improve science and numeracy skills. All schools must apply by the end of July to take part in the following September. Free to all schools in Wales -spaces limited.
More information www.museumwales.ac.uk/scan/bulbs
Science, Geography and ESD&GC.
Daily life in the nineteenth century - Maestir School
Sample children’s school life in the 1890s and learn how to deliver a session as a Victorian teacher. Teachers who want to book the Maestir School teacher-led session for their class must attend this course.
Iron Age Celts
Find out more about the Iron Age Celts in Wales and be involved in the development and building of our new Iron Age farmstead – Bryn Eryr.
Please call if you would like to arrange a preview visit to discuss and plan how to get the best out of a school visit to St Fagans.
Teaching Tudors to KS2
Enhance and improve your future visits with a course aimed at raising confidence and expertise in the Tudor and Stuart age, for those teaching KS2. A relaxed day of well informed activities, during which you will be trained in all aspects of the self-led 'Tudor Trail', including the use of handling objects; as well as gaining an understanding of the differences between the Noble and Yeoman classes and Tudor costume. Teachers who want to book the ‘Tudor Trail’ teacher-led session for their class mustattend this course.
Bat Facts & Quiz
Ideal for schools or groups doing project work or preparing to go on a bat walk. Contains bat facts and a British bat call quiz.
Discovering the Iron Age in Wales
Background notes extracted from the 'Discovering the Iron Age' CD ROM published by the Education Department.Artist Web Links
Nature cameras and resources
Download nature identification sheets or watch woodland birds feeding on a web camera at St Fagans: National History Museum.