A typical Inset Day would include:
An allocated classroom available for the duration of the day
An introduction to our site and explanation of the aims and objectives of the day
A guide to accompany you to the outside areas with an introduction to the memorials in that area
Time to develop activities, working individually or in teams
An opportunity to present ideas to the group and to reflect on the development of the day. A member of staff would be present to answer any questions
The day will give teachers and trainee teachers the opportunity to think about how they might enhance learning outside of the classroom, use memorials and the outdoors. We have worked with school groups of all ages looking at History, Religious Studies, Philosophy and Ethics, Geography, Literacy, Art and Design and PHSE/Citizenship and are flexible to incorporate other subjects.
Refreshments and food are also available to order or simply visit our restaurant.
We look forward to welcoming you soon!
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