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Green Man Clay Workshop

The primary school students were able to experience new equipment and resources they wouldn't have opportunities to work with. Sharing good practise and ideas with Primary school staff. Building positive relationship with a feeder school and promoting the bursary scheme to help drive social mobility in Nottingham.

Aims

The primary school students were able to experience new equipment and resources they wouldn't have opportunities to work with. Sharing good practise and ideas with Primary school staff. Building positive relationship with a local feeder school.

Background

We have worked with St Augustines before on annual basis and have a great working relationship.

Resources

Use school facilities and teaching staff. Half a day for the workshop and technician time for the firing and glazing, using the Art budget for materials. Lunch provided for all students and staff all provided for free by the school.

Impact

No assessment active encouragement for pupils to look at an NHS education and reminder of the Bursary scheme.

Pupil Involvement

Year 5 and Year 2. Older students paired up with pupil premium students.

 

Frequency

single event running annually