Bring the wonder of the University of Cambridge Museums and Botanic Gardens into your classroom to explore the natural world around you and connect creatively with nature.  

Inspire Nature is delivered through a series of live online workshops for teachers planned around the themes of Water, Rocks, Viewpoints, Trees and Skies. Focus objects include natural specimens and scientific equipment, paintings and artworks, archaeological and anthropological artefacts. Each theme is accompanied by a related set of resources containing high resolution images, information about the objects, videos, question prompts and activity ideas for yourself and your teaching. There are five sessions led by museum educators and five artist workshops.

School CPD ran throughout 2021 and will continue in 2022. 

If you'd like more information, please contact Kate Noble at kjr21@cam.ac.uk.

 


 

TREES

Bookings give access to videos created by museum educators about our collections and classroom ideas. Further resources for the museum educator led session:

Resources for the artist workshop:


SKIES

Bookings give access to videos created by museum educators about our collections and classroom ideas. Further resources for the museum educator led session:


ROCKS

Bookings give access to videos created by museum educators about our collections and classroom ideas. Further resources for the museum educator led session:

Resources for the artist workshop:


WATER

Bookings give access to videos created by museum educators about our collections and classroom ideas. Further resources for the museum educator led session:


VIEWPOINTS AND PERSPECTIVES

Bookings give access to videos created by museum educators about our collections and classroom ideas. Further resources for the museum educator led session:

Resources for the artist workshop: