Science Month At Discovery - C.S.I Discovery

Discovery Museum
Keystages: KS2, KS3
Subject: Science
01-28 Mar 13 - Booking required

In this investigative workshop, pupils will use forensic science techniques to solve a crime. The class will need to gather evidence by analysing soil samples, shoe prints, and solving cryptic clues to capture the museum thief.

Charges: £60

Workshop length: 1 hour 30 minutes

Max no. of pupils: 30

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Join us this Saturday 28 March at 1.30pm to learn about the sinking of the Rohilla and the everyday heroism of local people during the First World War. #worlife1915

http://www.twmuseums.org.uk/discovery/whats-on/events/heroes-of-everyday-life-and-the-loss-of-the-hospital-ship-rohilla.html

Heroes of Everyday Life and the Loss of the Hospital Ship Rohilla - Discovery Museum
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During the First World War, disaster and heroism weren't just found at the front, but at home as well. During this joint talk, Craig Barclay and John Wilson will discuss the history of the hospital ship SS Rohilla, which sank at Whitby in October 1914, and the stories of the North Tyneside heroes th…

7:30pm 25 Mar 2015

Please note we are closed to the public until 1pm today. Apologies for any inconvenience caused.

8:45am 25 Mar 2015

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