John Piper - mountains of north Wales
This learning resource is designed to support teachers and other educators who wish to engage their learners with the work of artist John Piper 1903-1992, especially his drawings and paintings of the mountains of north Wales.
Maths in Museums
A new digital resource to support the numeracy framework in primary schools.
22 bilingual activities for year 6 pupils to support geometry, number, data and measuring skills.
The toolkit was developed in partnership with See Science. The toolkit is sponsored by the National Science Academy grant scheme.
Spring Bulbs for Schools
Plant bulbs in your school grounds to study climate change. Join this UK wide investigation and improve science and numeracy skills. All schools must apply by the end of July to take part in the following September. Free to all schools in Wales -spaces limited.
Places now full for 2015-16. Applications open in May to participate in 2016-17.
Science, Geography and ESD&GC.
Step back in time and see Margiad the washerwoman busy at work. A fantastic opportunity for pupils to take part in role-play and learn about the everyday life of Victorian women.
Vivian Quarry Walk
An opportunity to go beyond the museum itself to the foot of the Vivian Quarry and towards the Quarry Hospital to hear more about the quarrymen’s dangerous work on the rockface and in the splitting sheds and to see some innovative Victorian inventions such as the blondin and the incline.
Behind the scenes at the Museum
A series of activities to help pupils understand the varied work of the Slate Museum.
Full steam ahead!
Meet Una, our steam locomotive and find more about this powerful Victorian invention.
The First World War Education Project
The National Library of Wales and National Museum Wales are leading a project to produce education resources for schools to commemorate the centenary of the First World War. As part of this project we are using items from the collections of both institutions to create digital teaching resources for Hwb.