Young Doctors - Heart & Eye Series - School Holiday Workshop
How many places on your body can you measure your heart rate? Where is your blind spot? What does a real heart and eye look like, feel like... inside and out? Students will delve deeply into how the circulatory and nervous body systems work and get a hands-on experience investigating the structures within. This is an exciting, challenging and inspiring workshop in the human anatomy series that is conducted specially for inquisitive children. Students with aspirations to the medical fields will find this an invaluable experience and others will simply enjoy exploring a subject that interests them with like-minded peers.
This one of a kind workshop is guided by a scientist and qualified gifted and talented teacher (with over 13 years experience in delivering human anatomy workshops) and accompanied by our wonderful, highly experienced Emergency Nurse, Yuliya, students will explore the human body like never before to develop anatomical knowledge and foster critical and creative thinking. Maximum fun and exploration… but not for the fainthearted!
Ages: 8 to 12 (recommended)
What to bring
- A4 folder (to store handouts), notepad, recess and lunch (nut free please), water bottle.
- A zest for problem solving and a thirst for a challenge!
Arrival & Pick up
- Children will need to be signed in and out of the workshop. Your child can be dropped off at 9:30 AM and be collected at 3 PM.