Newcastle University are excited to announce their week long “Marine Biology and the natural environment” Summer School for Key Stage 3 pupils. It offers 11-14 years olds a chance to investigate and explore the natural world in an informal and friendly setting, and gives them a “taster” of science and university life. As well as field trips, aquarium activities and microscope investigations, the children can enjoy games, art projects and fun activities.
We're running this course in conjunction with Northumberland Wildlife Trust and Newcastle University’s Marine Station.
We welcome back any student that has previously attended our Key Stage 2 courses, but students don't need any previous knowledge to join.
Time: 10.00 - 15.00 each day
Dates: Monday to Friday, 21st to 25th August 2017
Where: Dove Marine Laboratory, Cullercoats, NE30 4PZ
Who: Yr. 7 to Yr. 9. You must 11 to 14 years old during the summer school.
• Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
• If you know that your child will miss the course on a particular day, we would be grateful if you could telephone us at the Dove at the earliest possible opportunity (0191- 208 3051).
• Please make a note of this telephone number for emergencies.
Please ensure your child is adequately clothed for outdoor trips. Warm layers and waterproof coats are needed even in summer months. If your child does not have wellington boots, a change of footwear is advised.
Your child will need a packed lunch each day.