Young Doctors - Lung & Brain Series - School Holiday Workshop
Have you ever wondered, how do we breathe? It is something we do thousands of times a day. But, how does the air get in there? We delve into the spongey organ where students get the chance to investigate the structures of the respiratory system. Be amazed as you watch Mr Slater inflate a lung to gain a deeper understanding of how it functions within our bodies. We then move onto the brain, which is sure to excite the aspiring neurosurgeons out there. This organ is one of the largest and most complex in the human body. It is the seat of intelligence and interpreter of the senses. What would it feel like if you held one in your hand? Explore these two amazing body organs and more in this unique, challenging and hands-on workshop in the field of human anatomy for inquisitive children.
Guided by a qualified gifted and talented teacher (with over 13 years experience in delivering human anatomy workshops) and accompanied by our wonderful Emergency Nurse, Yuliya, students will explore the human body like never before to develop anatomical knowledge and foster critical and creative thinking.
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.