Northern Architecture's Education Team launch its new brochure, this week, explaining the services that we offer teachers and pupils. There are still places on for teachers at the event at Cardinal Hume School in Gateshead at 4.30 on Wednesday 2 February. Free and open to all teachers, but please reserve your place.
Teachers can download a free copy of the Education Brochure to print out which outlines Northern Architecture's services for schools and educators. Other resources on our website available to help teachers include How To Make 3D Shapes as well as recommendations of where else to look for ideas and support.
Teachers who have already worked with Northern Architecture highly recommend it.
Katie Fokias, Gifted and Talented Co-ordinator, Whitley Bay High School said:
"Northern Architecture have ran three workshops for us; all of which have been thoroughly engaging, as well as challenge students to problem solve with creativity. Students are encouraged to work as part of a team and all the workshops have been highly interactive; led by expert practitioners. I highly recommend these workshops; they're fun, action packed and the students really enjoyed them."
David Roxburgh, Maths Teacher from Benfield School, Newcastle upon Tyne, said:
"I have been on Northern Architecture's Making Architecture Count workshops, at Durham Cathedral and The Sage Gateshead. These trips have been enjoyed by pupils from years 7, 8 and 9. The trip to Durham Cathedral was particularly enjoyable as it took the pupils to a venue they would not usually visit. The puzzles and investigations helped them to appreciate the huge scale of the construction. The maths involved is accessible for KS3 pupils, but there is usually enough depth in the investigations to stretch the more able. The activities served to give both myself and the children a deeper understanding and appreciation of these iconic structures."
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