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Primary School Climate Change Conference

04/10/2021   Sami


As part of this year’s Norwich Science Festival, SAW will be hosting our first ever FREE digital conference!

Inspired by COP26 and the arrival of Luke Jerrams Gaia sculpture at St Peter Mancroft Church, we will be delivering a Primary School Climate Change Conference.

This won’t be your average conference - this will be a true SAW conference! With accessible and downloadable resources, it will consist of science, art and writing activities for schools to take part in.

Although the conference is set to go live October 19th, the resources will remain available via the Norwich Science Festival website all week (until October 22nd) so schools can spread the activities out to suit their school week or complete in one day.

We will also have a guest appearance from wildlife presenter Lizzie Daly, as well as insightful videos from real scientists, artist and writers. It is hoped that local schools taking part also take up the opportunity to display their resulting art pieces alongside the Gaia sculpture at St Peter Mancroft for the duration of the October halfterm.

This exciting conference is being produced for the Food and Farming Discovery Trust (FFDT) in collaboration with the John Innes Centre, University of East Anglia and St Peter Mancroft church, and is funded by the JOhn Innes Foundation.

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