Early Years teacher social event at Manchester Museum 23 March 4.30-6pm FREE!

Calling all early years teachers ……..

I would like to invite you to an informal teacher twilight event here at Manchester Museum on Monday 23rd March 4.30pm – 6pm (wine and nibbles included!)

There will be an opportunity to explore the museum, to find out what is on offer for young children and to plan a visit that links to the EYFS curriculum.
Have a look at our short film clip to see some young children exploring our natural history collections!

http://www.museum.manchester.ac.uk/learning/earlyyears/

There is an opportunity to visit our newly opened Nature Discovery gallery which has been redeveloped especially for young children and their adults, using our natural history collections to introduce young children to the variety of nature and to develop an interest in nature.

http://www.museum.manchester.ac.uk/yourvisit/galleries/naturediscovery/

If you would you like to attend this free event could you please RSVP to let me know of your attendance (and if you would like bring any of your colleagues)

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions and I look forward to meeting you at the museum.

I would also like to make you aware of a training day on Monday 16th March ( 9.30-12.30) I am running jointly with Martenscroft Nursery School and Children’s Centre in Hulme which is about enriching the early years curriculum through visits to creative environments like the museum.
Please see link below for booking details
http://www.martenscroftnurseryschool.co.uk/training-and-visit-days

Elaine Bates

Early Years Coordinator
Manchester Museum
E Mail: elaine.bates Tel: 0161 306 1777

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