Be A Science Communicator - Introductory Session

A workshop for 16-18 year olds with Angel Sharp Media

be a science communicator

This is an amazing opportunity provided free of charge: skills building for year 12 or 13s (just finished) interested in climate change, the natural world, science communication, or media. You will meet and interview some of Oxford University’s global experts, and see for yourself some of the pioneering climate change and biodiversity science being done in the Woods. You will then work with a professional video producer to create short snappy videos about the importance of the science for solving our climate and biodiversity challenges. Your results will be promoted on the Wytham social media and website.

 

Dates

4th August: Introductory Session. 11am – 4pm. 4 places.

18th August: Full schedule. 10am – 4pm. 10 places.

You don’t need to do both dates, but you can. Please book separately for each.

You can come as groups of siblings or friends, or on your own.

 

Location

Wytham Woods, adjacent to Wytham Village, Oxford. You need to get yourself to the car park at Wytham Woods. You can come by car, or there is a bus from the city centre to Wytham village. Full instructions of what to bring and Covid safety procedures will be provided.

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Contact


Kim Polgreen, Youth Educator In Residence

kim.polgreen@polgreen.co.uk OR wytham.woods@admin.ox.ac.uk