Computer Programming

National Waterfront Museum

XLWales brings the excitement of computer programming to you. Pupils will use software to plan, test and modify sequences of
instructions to control a robot. Robotics is an exciting way to bring science, technology, engineering and maths to pupils in year 5 & 6.

 

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Dates: Next available date: 28th March & 29th March
Cost: Led by Museum staff – free of charge.

Machines and Inventions

National Waterfront Museum

Find out more about the machines and inventions connected with Wales, past and present. Meet Richard Trevithick, the man who invented the first locomotive and changed the world.

 

Duration: 1 hour
Dates: Available for Spring 2017
Cost: Led by Museum staff - £40 for up to 15 pupils, £60 for up to 35. Free for some schools (see booking information).

Curriculum

History.

Literacy and Numeracy Framework: Reading.

Words and Wings KS2

National Waterfront Museum

Hear the exciting story of the first man to design and build an aeroplane in Wales.

Participate in creative writing activities with professional, local author and illustrator, Thomas Docherty, who will inspire you to head off on your very own imaginative, literacy journey.

Duration: 1 hour
Dates: Dates available for Spring term 2017
Cost: Led by Museum staff - £40 for up to 15 pupils, £60 for up to 35. Free for some schools (see booking information).

Curriculum

History, English.

Literacy and Numeracy Framework: Oracy, Writing.

Welsh Pirates KS2

National Waterfront Museum

Meet the friendly pirate character and be wowed by the drama of the high seas.Use your imagination as you hear about the exploits and daring raids of one of Wales’s most famous and notorious pirates - Barti Ddu.

Duration: 1 hour
Dates: Dates available for summer term 2016
Cost: Led by Museum staff - £40 for up to 15 pupils, £60 for up to 35. Free for some schools (see booking information).

Curriculum

History, Geography, Curriculum Cymreig.

Literacy and Numeracy Framework: Reading.