What CAT has to offer your subject
"Highly recommended to encourage your students to think of different methods of reducing the human impact on the planet"
- Coleg Meirion Dwyfor, Dolgellau
"Many thanks for your help in organising the visit - which was most definitely worthwhile.The group enjoyed the guided tour, seeing all the different technologies in action … the practical tasks in the afternoon. Useful and pertinent to their unit of work for the WJEC GCSE Climate Change unit"
- Iona Thomas Ysgol Bodeden, Anglesey July 2016
CAT educational activities link to core curriculum subjects including STEM, Geography, Biology, Global Citizenship and Welsh Baccalaureate.
We also deliver teacher training in Educating for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship for teachers of a range of subjects, focusing on how different subjects can be related to ESDGC.
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Bursary fund for North Welsh schools and colleges booking STEM tuition. Relevant for STEM subjects including Welsh Bacc and Geography
Upper KS2 Year 6 now also qualify for the bursary ( see criteria below)
'It was a really valuable day that allowed them to see their STEM subjects working alongside their Bacc, this is a fantastic step forward for us.' Eirias High School Conwy. Funded visit 2015
Study Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) at CAT.
Providing education to pupils of all ages for over thirty years, CAT complements all STEM subjects with a solutions-focused perspective on climate change, global poverty, finite resources and biodiversity loss.
Putting energy, the environment and sustainability into context with a visit to CAT, could open doors for STEM learners who may not respond well to traditional classroom methods. Not only would students have a unique opportunity to gain essential skills and knowledge for the future but also to interact with a community consciously creating a more ecologically sound future through cooperation, understanding and education.
‘We really had an awesome time.
Please note, all residential visits are for a minimum of two nights.