HEART is committed to facilitating, and in some cases directly providing, opportunities for learning around all of our work areas.
Many of our partner organisations have excellent formal and informal learning programmes, some of which we have contributed to, but where there is a need we also create our own outreach sessions and work on tailored projects with groups, schools and individuals.
HEART staff have visited Norfolk schools, clubs and societies and offered activities around Castles, Anglo-Saxons, Archaeology. We are very interested in developing new projects around The Halls, Heritage Open Days, local history, the public realm, heritage interpretation and other aspects of HEART's work.
As a part of the previous two Dragon Festivals, HEART produced an Education Pack to serve as a resource for Key Stage 1-3 students learning about Norwich's rich heritage. HEART staff are currently sourcing material for another Education Pack for Norwich Dragon Festival 2014: Warming Up Winter.
For further information about the contents of the previous Education Packs or to register your interest, please visit the main Dragon Festival Education Pack page.
HEART can offer educational visits to the Guildhall to schools, including the delivery of mock-trials, set in the 19th century court room, which students have a chance to play defendants, judges or members of the jury.
Norwich 12 also has a separate education strand, including a series of free education packs, which are available at www.norwich12.co.uk/education-centre.
We can occasionally offer placement opportunities for students from the UK and internationally in heritage management, town planning and other related fields. If you are interested in any of the above please contact us to discuss your requirements - 01603 305575, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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