School perspective: Engaging students in ‘live’ science projects
The My Asthma in School Programme team includes healthcare professionals, academics, and science communicators to create a programme that covers healthcare needs and designed to engage participants. Also involved in developing the workshops were film and theatre professionals, and young people, who we consulted throughout to make sure we were developing something that is relevant and relatable for them.
So, we know why we think our programme is great, but we wondered, what exactly is it about the programme that interests schools?
We asked Mr Nick Galvin of The Coopers’ Company and Coborn School in Upminster what prompted him to sign up his school. Nick is a Senior Laboratory Technician and the school’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) Coordinator.
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