Virtual Workshops

We are now beaming our most popular curriculum linked workshops into your classroom.Virtual Workshops
Choose from three core subjects – Recycling and Up-cycling, Habitats and Biodiversity and Growing Seasonal Food – which are all available through teacher moderated Microsoft Teams, Google Classrooms and Zoom style interactive sessions, suitable for any education setting and developed flexibly to meet your needs. Sessions are packed full of dynamic content including inspirational visuals, tactile props, live demonstrations and stimulating discussions. Materials for the workshops can be sourced from school or posted directly to you. Promoting wellbeing through connecting to nature and thinking more sustainability is a key feature of all sessions.

Virtual Workshops

 

Some recent feedback:

 

                       

     “The children really enjoyed the workshop. They particularly liked your interactive presentation and the videos that really brought the problem of plastic in the seas to life. They also valued having the opportunity to ask you all their questions. You have inspired some of the children design a type of submarine to help clear up the plastic from the sea bed floors! I’ve also had several children designing posters to spread the word about cleaning up plastic pollution! The craft activity worked well. They were all very proud of their fish and wanted to take them home straight away. We’ve managed to persuade them to leave them in school for a display for others to see for a few weeks before they can take them home!”  Antonia Gabriel – YR2 Teacher – Sacred Heart School – Online Eco Fish Workshop 

“Green Up Your Act Education have recently provided us with two remote, online workshops which have been based around growing our own food at home. During the first session, our young people enjoyed crafting plant pots from recycled material and learning how to best plant from seed and how to care for them. During the second workshop we were able to review the 

progress of our growing and share hints and tips. We also up-cycled milk bottles to use as our own watering cans for our new plants. Philip planned the sessions so that they were informative, engaging and provoked thought and questions for the young people. Each young person left the session wanting to know more, and requesting further content! Thanks so much for working with us and inspiring our young people to become keen home growers.” Miriam Biggin – Service Delivery Manager – Whizzkidz Online Sessions 

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