Find out about the range of curriculum linked school engagement activities offered by Cardiff University. Search by Academic School, curriculum subject, key stage, type of activity and programme.

Cardiff University Undergraduate Open Days – Saturday 15 September 2018 and Saturday 27 October 2018

Sign up NOW to book a space to attend one of Cardiff University's Open Days on the 15th September 2018 and 27th October 2018! Open days are a must for any students thinking of studying at Cardiff. Whether it’s the majestic surroundings, the warm and friendly atmosphere or the infectious buzz of the city, our Open Day will provide the perfect opportunity to explore the university campus and facilities, meet students and staff and ask questions - helping you choose the right place to study. Follow the link below to book a space.

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Cardiff Institute of Tissue Engineering and Repair (CITER) – Brain Games

Brain Games is one of a number curriculum linked school engagement activities delivered in local schools by researcher from CITER. Brain Games is a range of activities specifically designed key stage 2 pupils, but readily adaptable to different levels all the way up to A' level. These sessions deliver taught elements alongside activities to show how the brain is made, how it communicates and some fun illustrations of what the brain can (or can’t) do. Activities include making brain hats, pipe cleaner neurons, the stroop race, the worlds one and only inflatable bouncy brain with information panels built in to learn while you bounce and bespoke brain puzzles to get your own grey matter going. To find out more about Brain Games and other activities offered by CITER follow the link below.

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Skills Challenge Certificate Conference 21 September 2018

Welsh Baccalaureate teachers and coordinators are invited to attend a free one day skills development event which aims to improve the confidence of staff in delivering the skills challenge certificate. Formerly the Welsh Baccalaureate Teacher Conference, the new Skills Challenge Certificate Conference has been developed by Cardiff University academics in partnership with advisory teachers. The conference programme has been structured around the different stages of the research process. The workshops will give delegates the opportunity to develop their knowledge and understanding of different research methods and analysis techniques, as well as the opportunity to collect and analyse their own data. This teacher conference is funded by CSC and EAS regional consortia. Teachers from across Wales are welcome to register to attend, however priority will be given in the first instance to teachers from schools within CSC and EAS. The conference is open to teachers delivering to key stage 4 and/or key stage 5 students. Follow the link to find out more.

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