(c) Stained Glass Museum

Sadly, we can’t have Home Educator groups visiting the museum at the moment. However, we can offer some online sessions, specialising in KS2 Science and KS2 Arts and Crafts.

Each session will be interactive, informative and you will be provided with resources to help you discover more about the topic during and after the session. These resources will be sent to you the Friday before each online session. Any supplies required will be minimal and will involve items found in most households. The sessions will be accessible for those who cannot access the resources or supplies in advance.

The price is £4.50 per screen and sessions are all suitable 6-11 year olds (Upper and Lower KS2)

Sessions will run for 60 Mins and will be via ZOOM, once booked we will send you a ZOOM link in advance of the session.

19th April – 1300-1400 - KS2 Science - Glass as a Material
In this session you will join eccentric Professor Curios. He will tell you all about the wonderful properties of glass. In the session you will help him to experiment with different materials, what they do, how they respond with a focus on glass and how it benefits us in the world.
Key Learning Outcomes:
- Ability to describe the simple physical properties of glass
- Ability to explore, name, discuss and raise and answer questions about everyday materials so that students become familiar with the names of materials and properties

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3rd May – 1300-1400 - KS2 Arts and Crafts - Origins and Making of Stained-Glass Windows
In this session you will join Theophilus the Monk. He will tell you all about the making of stained glass, its history, how its blown into a sheet and how its fixed together. He will need help though as he can get a bit forgetful and you will need to help him to remember!
Key learning Outcomes:
- Ability to talk about the making of stained glass - its artists, craft makers and designers, describing the differences and similarities between different practices and disciplines
- Improving art vocabulary, its terms and techniques.
- Improve knowledge about great artists, architects and designers in history

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17th May - 1300-1400 - KS2 Science - Light and Colour
In this session you will be joined by eccentric Professor Curios. Sadly, some of the lights in his lab have been stolen by a secret organisation! Through engaging with tasks that focus on light, shadow and colour you will help him to crack the code and the mystery location of his lights!
Key Learning Outcomes
- Increase vocabulary when talking about light and colour eg. reflection, refraction, primary and secondary colours
- Asking relevant questions and using different types of scientific enquiries to answer them.
- Identifying differences, similarities or changes related to simple scientific ideas and processes.

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From 18 May 2021
Tuesday-Saturday 10am-3.30pm


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