Michaelston College

Three more school visits

Posted on 18 March 2016 by David Colwill

It’s been a busy fortnight here at SHARE with Schools! We’ve been out on trips to Cathays High, Woodlands High, and Michaelston Community College. Michaelston and Woodlands are part of the Ely and Caerau Federation, aka Westfed. Volunteer coordinator Matt Vince on the Cathays visit: Cathays visit – WW1 workshop Last week myself, a handful of
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[QUOTE] I found this lesson very enjoyable…

Posted on 9 May 2014 by David Colwill

I found this lesson very enjoyable and educational, my favourite part was when we got to hold and feel the artefacts. I would’ve liked to see all the artefacts. It made me realise that I want to go to Cardiff University to study history…I really like the students because they were very kind and helpful.
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CAER Heritage Walking Trails Launch (Saturday 03 May)

Posted on 2 May 2014 by David Colwill

CAER Heritage Project, a joint project between Cardiff University and the local community, are launching a series of Heritage Walking Trails around Ely & Caerau this Saturday (3rd May 2014). Two of the schools SHARE with Schools work with, Glyn Derw High School and Michaelston College, have helped to develop these trails. The launch will see
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Workshops delivered 17 Mar-8 Apr

Posted on 18 April 2014 by David Colwill

Looks like I’ve missed posting the notices for a few weeks’ worth of outreach workshops delivered to local schools, oops. These were given in Michaelston College, Cathays High School, Glyn Derw High School, and Willows High School. It was great to deliver in new places and we also saw the first delivery in a school
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Fantastic feedback from Michaelston College pupils

Posted on 20 March 2014 by David Colwill

We have just received some fantastic feedback from year 7 pupils at Michaelston College who took part in our ‘Romans in Wales’ workshop earlier today. Here are some of their comments: ‘The lesson about the Romans was amazing. It made me realise that I would like to go to Cardiff University to help the archaeologists
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