SHARE with Schools is a widening access project based within the School of History, Archaeology and Religion (SHARE) at Cardiff University which seeks to build and maintain long-term partnerships with secondary schools in Communities First locations.
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This project came about from a team working on a female scientists’ special for their radio show and thought that they should do something different for it. A card game of some kind was suggested, as it could be played on air, but was also something that listeners could engage with.
This case study outlines some of the activities that the Aberystwyth University hosted SusNet Wales project piloted in their first year.
This case study explores the Extended Project Qualification Practical Projects, one of the flagships projects developed during the first year of the University of Manchester hosted SUPI project.
The vision of this two-year programme was to inspire a new sense of excitement among young people around the physical sciences by sharing the amazing stories and technologies of STFC (Science and Technology Facilities Council).
The StAR project demonstrates how collaborative engagement activities can bring opportunities to all parties.
The aim of this project was to use high quality, interactive and collaborative engagement activities with midwives to inform the design, development and prototyping of an illuminating flexible mirror.
This case study outlines one of the innovative activities that took place during the first year of the Queen’s University Belfast hosted SUPI project.
Under Us All was a collaborative project which aimed to share research into men of Irish descent living in Tyneside to a non-academic audience.
Magnificent Microbes is an innovative outreach event designed to educate, inspire and entertain large numbers of school children and family groups about microbes.