BGEN "Come and play at the garden"

22nd Aug 2017

Cambridge University

The theory and practice of working with Early Years audiences.

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The theory and practice of working with Early Years audiences.
Friday 22nd September 2017 at Cambridge University Botanic Garden.

Join education researchers, garden, museum and historic building educators for a day of play and early years inspiration hosted by the learning team at Cambridge University Botanic Garden.
 Sessions on the day will include:

  • Why children need outdoor, risky, adventurous play by David Whitebread, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge
  • Working with young children in special places-It’s Magic and Baby Magic at the Fitzwilliam Museum by Kate Noble and Nicola Wallis, Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge
  • The RHS Little Acorns programme by Charlotte Banks, RHS Hyde Hall
  • Come and play at the Garden by Walk and talk tour of the Garden with the Learning Team at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

BOOKING INFORMATION:
£70 bgen members,£98 non-members (includes 1 year free bgen membership), £40 concessions (see terms and conditions) includes all refreshments, lunch and handouts.
Further information and to book online please click here.