School Workshops - Architecture Workshops
We will be providing hand sanitiser for pupils to use upon entry and when exiting workshops and where possible intend to wipe down materials in between sessions. Presenters will be come equipped with a face shield to be used when addressing the group and face masks when in discussion with individuals or smaller groups.
The Ancient Mayans are explored through their Temple building feats and techniques for cutting and transporting the stone.
Workshops need to take place in the school dining hall, gym or sports hall. All the structure are dismantled as part of the workshop experience, so we are able to be out of dining halls in time for the catering staff to put out tables, which if necessary we will assist with.
Photographs are permitted of the workshops, so please ensure batteries in your cameras are fully charged.
Autumn & Spring Offer
Current School Trip Offer
£70 discount off of a day of workshops in September, December, January, April and May
State "Plan70" When Booking
Why book Architecture Workshops - Mayan Workshops workshop for your school?
Focused practical tasks taking history as a starting point and using, DT, maths literacy, science and drama to differing degrees pupils create large scale reconstructions of famous architectural landmarks that bring curriculum subjects to life.
What activities are available during this educational workshop?
These are structured workshops, using design technology, maths, and science to differing degrees. Students create large scale reconstructions of architectural landmarks.
What size groups do you cater for?
45 pupils in a 2 hr workshop
Do you offer access for visitors with disabilities?
Do you cater for visitors with Special Educational Needs (SEN)?
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