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Resources for running your own SAW project


We realise getting a SAW team in to deliver a tailored project for you isn’t always possible and we love that schools plan and run their own Science, Art and Writing events.

If you’d like to plan and run a SAW project in your school, we’ve got lots of helpful resources you can download now. They’ve all been tried and tested in schools and will give you useful tips and information.

It would be great if you let us know about your day, and even send us some pictures – we could feature you on the News section and showcase your school’s work.

The following downloads are full of hints and tips:

You may also be interested in this presentation written by teachers, this Guide to teaching poetry in schools, and this article on breaking down barriers between art and science.

Read teachers’ feedback about SAW projects.

Read Norfolk County Council’s report about SAW projects.


SAW events for teachers

The SAW team have delivered many workshops for teachers and educational advisers in the UK and internationally. Please get in touch if you would like to set up a similar event in future.

A few participants’ comments:
"We got access to fantastic photos and how to use them." 
"Very good examples of how to link science to art and literacy."
"Very easy to follow up."


Some example teacher workshops