Thursday 5 November 2015
- De-coding gender in the media
10 am - 1 pm, University of Bristol precinct
An interactive, hands-on workshop in which Bristol sixth-form students explored key issues surrounding media representations of gender.
Monday 9 November 2015
- Everyday Maths video resource launch
5 - 7 pm, Room 4.10, Graduate School of Education, 35 Berkeley Square, Bristol, BS8 1JA
This session showcased an innovative way to help parents to engage more with their children’s mathematical learning.
- What difference do directly elected mayors make?
6 - 8 pm, Watershed, 1 Canon's Road, Bristol, BS1 5TX
This event saw a panel of academics and policy-makers debate mayoral governance in English cities, and discuss the broader issues related to city leadership.
Wednesday 11 November 2015
- Documenting life stories through craft
10 am - 4 pm, The Station, Silver St, Bristol, BS1 2AG
This workshop considered the role of crafts in documenting life stories.
Thursday 12 November 2015
- Towards a child-friendly city
2.30 - 4.30 pm, OpenSpace, West One, St. George's Road, Bristol, BS1 5BE
A creative and collaborative afternoon which brought together a diverse audience from neighbourhoods across the city. The event culminated in a collective vision of how Bristol can become a more child-friendly city.
- Climate change negotiations: what would you do?
10 am - 2 pm, University of Bristol precinct
This event introduced Bristol secondary school students to the world of international politics via the medium of semi-structured role-play during climate change negotiations.
Friday 13 November 2015
- Schools challenge: encouraging environmentally friendly behaviours
2 - 4.30 pm, Bristol city centre
This successful event introduced sixth formers to the world of economic research and current thinking to design policies to change behaviour.
- The Great British Grub Quiz
6.30 – 8.30 pm, Friska, 70 Queen's Road, Bristol, BS8 1QU
This ‘pub quiz’ with a difference introduced the audience to social science research about food.