With the aim of bringing the science curriculum to life, our creative team will deliver memorable experiences via the power of vivid story-telling, hands-on practical challenges & horizon-widening field trips, with the aim of building pupils’ science capital. With the help of Year 3, Investigator Terri creates a time machine – but finds herself trapped when the malfunctioning machine starts rocketing around in time and space. In an ongoing narrative of peril and adventure, can Year 3 work together to get her back?
Core Artistic Team on this project is:
Curriculum Advisor: Dr Lynne Bianchi, Director of the Science and Engineering Education Research & Innovation Hub at Manchester University (SEERIH).
Funding has been secured to develop the project over three years, extending to more schools in the second and third year. The first year will be a pilot year working with three Heart of Manchester schools, Webster, St Mary’s Moss Side and Divine Mercy, working together to create a truly ground breaking project. Watch this space for more updates!
“It was a great session and the best we’ve attended/been involved in! As soon as it finished the children asked if we’d be doing another one.” Teacher feedback on Curious Investigators