Funded School Visits Programme
Are costs preventing your school from visiting We The Curious? If you are a Bristol school we may be able to help. Thanks to generous donations from local businesses and individuals, we set up our Funded School Visits Programme to support Bristol schools that would love to develop their science learning outside the classroom but lack the financial means. Application deadlines are 1 June and 1 November each year, and funding may be provided for part, or the entirety of your visit.
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Teacher Evenings: New date coming soon!
Twice each year we invite you to join us for a special evening here in We The Curious, for an opportunity to find about more about what we do and what’s new, enjoy a drink and nibbles, meet the team and have a good look round the venue. Watch this space for news about our next date, and book your places.
Free teacher planning visits
Just present your school ID at the Welcome Desk and collect a teacher preview guide to visit the venue for free and plan your school trip. Your family are welcome to join you for one complementary visit each year.
Fancy a free visit to We The Curious? Take part in a pilot.
We are always looking for schools to take part in our pilot workshops and theme days in exchange for a little feedback. If you would like to be involved please call our Education Bookings Team on 0117 915 7777 or email email@example.com
Teacher Away-Day INSET deals NEW!
Why not spend your INSET day in We The Curious with up to 30 colleagues, with time and space to reflect, plan and discuss your science teaching and strategy in inspiring surroundings. You will have a dedicated meeting room with full AV plus venue entry, a workshop of your choosing and a planetarium show as part of this amazing deal – and all for only £120 for up to 30 colleagues.
Explore More online
The unique barcode on each wristband ticket can be used to record and save pictures, videos, and stats from your visit to view later at home or in school. Everything scanned will be saved on a new account for each individual and there is more information about what was explored on your visit plus extra activities. Visit www.wethecurious.org/exploremore
Our YouTube channel is full of short science videos to support lessons before and after your visit, covering a wide range of topics and featuring everything from simple science activities to organ dissections. Watch, share, and subscribe to keep up-to-date with our latest videos at youtube.com/wethecurious
Science in a Different Light
If your students have ever asked ‘why are we studying this, what use is it and what’s the point?’ then these resources are here to help! Funded by the Science and Technology Facilities Council, this collection of videos and resources for secondary science teachers features scientists and engineers talking about their work and how it relates to what students learn at school – from classroom science to research to innovative solutions. To find out more visit scienceinadifferentlight.org