24th Mar, 2018

British Motor Museum encouraging youngsters to make a racket with a ratchet

YOUNGSTERS are being encouraged to make a racket with a ratchet.

The British Motor Museum at Gaydon is staging three workshops as part of Curriculum Week this summer, including one for performing arts, which will see pupils take part in a percussion session led by professional drummers, using a variety of car-parts and tools. Pupils will learn basic skills – from technique to timing.

Other workshops planned will focus on technology and engineering and road safety.

Caroline Reid, education officer at the British Motor Museum said: “The museum’s Curriculum Weeks are designed for various key stages and are an ideal opportunity to spend a day focusing on a single curriculum topic.

“The days are designed to be fun, engaging as well as educational and enable schools to explore in more depth particular themes that they are learning.”

Visit www.britishmotormuseum.co.uk to learn more about the workshops.

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