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National Memory - Local Stories

National Museum Cardiff
the National Memory – Local Stories website

This display explores how objects from museum collections, via creative digital workshops, can help today’s young people and artists create their own response to the First World War.

Dates: Display runs from: 2 August 2014 – 4 January 101
Key Stage 2

Spring Bulbs for Schools - investigation

National Museum Cardiff
St Fagans National History Museum
National Waterfront Museum
Big Pit National Coal Museum
National Wool Museum
National Slate Museum
National Roman Legion Museum

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

Apply now: https://scan.wufoo.com/forms/spring-bulbs-for-schools-application-form/

Dates: Sept - March

Curriculum

Science, Geography and ESD&GC.

Free

Urban Meadow

National Museum Cardiff

We are looking for community groups to be involved in creating a new urban meadow and bee hives at National Museum Cardiff. If you would like to be involved please contact scan@museumwales.ac.uk

Duration: 1 hour x 2
Cost: Led by Museum staff – free of charge.
FreeIn school

Down to Earth - Schools Meteorite Project

National Museum Cardiff

Have you ever touched an object from outer space? Students in Wales can now learn more about meteorites, impacts, and rocks on the Earth, Moon and Mars using real specimens.

Schools Meteorite Project
Cost: For use in school - free of charge.
FreeIn school

Explore the Sea Floor

National Museum Cardiff
Working on the boat

Scientists have been studying the sea bed of the Outer Bristol Channel... Now it's your turn!

Explore the Sea Floor
Cost: For use in school - free of charge.

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