Date: 22nd January, 10.30am – 11.30am
Duration: One off, 1-hour workshop
Age: Primary School Students/ Home School Students
Price: €25.00 per booking/ class (maximum 30 students)
You may have heard about the feats of Ireland’s male explorers, but what about the female adventuresses who defied society to challenge expectations and break world records? Ignite the imaginations of your class in this engaging interactive storytelling workshop featuring the tale of suffragist and revolutionary investigative journalist Nellie Bly, who in 1889, travelled the world in just 72 days.
Delivered remotely, this camp consists of a 1-hour Zoom session designed to get students engaging with STEM and history in a fun, creative way. Using a mix of storytelling, quizzes, and simple drawing and sensory tasks, your class will explore the Primary history curriculum strands, the changing roles of women in the 19th and 20th centuries, and the history of exploration. All they need is Zoom access, their imagination and some writing materials (pens/ crayons and paper) to take part.
Important: This workshop is designed for Primary School level students, and is offered at a reduced rate of €25.00 euro per booking. To facilitate remote learning all students taking part can log in from home. Each student will need an internet connection and access to Zoom to take part. It is suitable for both school and home school students. Special rates available for home school students, contact us for details. Please do not journey to EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum for this session.
All students taking part must be supervised by a guardian during the session.
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