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Apply for a free visit to CAT in 2017!

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The CAT Bursary

Is your school or college on the lookout for an exciting education centre to visit but your budget needs a boost?

CAT is offering small bursaries to schools and colleges visiting the centre from Wales, UK and internationally to use against entry, tuition and even accommodation costs.

This offer is on a first come, first served basis with limited funds so we advise you to  get in touch as soon as possible to take advantage of this special offer.

Contact Gabrielle Ashton on 01654 705983 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for further information about the bursary, application form, tuition and booking.

Or, complete the application form here.


The North Wales Bursary

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Are you a school or college in North Wales? You could be eligible for The North Wales bursary!

This is a great opportunity for Upper KS2- 5 pupils and their teachers to apply for a subsidised day or residential visit to CAT. The bursary is relevant for STEM subjects, Welsh Bacc and Geography and includes free  entries, up to two free activities plus a small contribution towards travel costs . This bursary is currently on offer until the end of October 2017.

This offer is on a first come first served basis with limited funds so we advise you to  get in touch as soon as possible to take advantage of this special offer.

Funded by Thomas Howell’s Education Fund for North Wales

Contact Gabrielle Ashton on 01654 705983 This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for further information about the bursary, application, tuition and booking.


"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

"Highly recommended to encourage your students to think of different methods of reducing the human impact on the planet"

Coleg Meirion Dwyfor, Dolgellau

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