Site: Armley Mills
Numeracy, Enterprise Education, Literacy, PSHE
This workshop is led by museums staff.
Students will learn the history of Leeds entrepreneur Bengamin Gott whose leaderships skills and enterprising initiatives led him to become a millionaire. He built Armley Mills and developed it into being the largest woollen mill in the world!
During the workshop KS2 pupils apply their decision making and problem solving skills to form a textile business. Pupils will also find out about some of the processes needed to make woollen clothing and using their numeracy skills discover who's business is the most cost efficient. Activities include weighing, counting, multiplying, charts and graphs and area.
This workshop is ideal for enhancing team building and for promoting citizenship and enterprise.
Pupils will be split up into 4 groups, which we encourage teachers to do beforehand and have at least one adult with each group.
For more information or to make a booking, contact the Learning & Access Officer or on 0113 2637861.
Maths: MA2 Number, MA4 Handling data
PSHE: Taking an active role as citizens
Cost: £55 per class
Maximum numbers: Class of 30