Date(s) - 19/06/2014
10:15 am - 11:00 am
Organised by Fiona Mann
I’ve sent everyone booked onto this trip an email with details of when and where to meet & my mobile phone number. If you haven’t received this email please email me at email@example.com and I’ll re-send it. Please email me with your mobile number if you’d like to be kept up to date in the case of any last minute changes. I’m not expecting there to be any but you never know!
“This fun science show explores geological interactions at the boundaries of tectonic plates,
when they collide, slide past each other and separate, showing the effects on the landscape and
setting the rock cycle in a dramatic context. We look at some of the methods used by Museum
scientists and geologists around the world to study Earth’s surface, including earthquakes and
volcanoes, such as note taking and rock collecting, the use of seismometers and analysing lava.
There are engaging demonstrations involving large props, messy experiments, volunteers and
lots of audience participation”
Meet at 10.15am (for entrance at 10.30) (We’re meeting at 10.15 outside the Attenborough Studio in the Darwin Centre of the NHM (ground floor, orange zone)
Rocks the House show more information here: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/education/school-activities/science-shows/rocks-the-house/index.html
Tickets are free for both students (who must be aged 11-14, per the Natural History Museum policy), and free for accompanying adults.
Explore and Discover guides “Natural Hazards” can be purchased in advance for 50p each.
(or 71p via the website, due to PayPal fees. To avoid this, either pay Fiona direct or send the money via familly & friends/personal transfer to events [at] educationista . com (closing up the spaces and replacing [at] with @)
NB: Bookings will close on 5 June to enable Fiona to confirm final numbers with NHM.
The Natural History Museum is open 10-17.50. NHM usually has a picnic area and cloakroom available for educational groups, however as this is short notice both are fully booked. There are outdoor areas for picnics only, and the museum also has restaurants and snack bars. There is a public cloakroom which costs £1 per item. Booking will close on 5th June, so that I can confirm numbers with NHM.
Related Galleries: The Power Within and Restless Surface” Teacher’s notes available here: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/resources-rx/files/natural_hazards-33822.pdf
(Limited spaces available)
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