Teaching Assistants Praise Everything Dinosaur

A fairly local dinosaur workshop for Everything Dinosaur this morning, a visit to a Reception class in Cheshire, so not too early a start for our dinosaur experts.  We have visited this particular primary school on numerous occasions, delivering tactile fossil exploring sessions with the Reception-aged children as they are beginning the transition from free flow play to more task orientated learning.  It is always a pleasure to visit schools such as this, to meet the enthusiastic teaching team and to see the well-resourced classrooms packed full of examples of the children’s work.

Children and Dinosaurs – A Great Learning Combination

Children love dinosaurs, use them as they are a great educational resource.

Children love dinosaurs, use them as they are a great educational resource.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Feedback from a Teaching Assistant

As part of Everything Dinosaur’s continuous improvement strategy, we ask for feedback from teachers, teaching assistants and learning support providers.  We are always looking to see how we can improve our dinosaur workshops in schools to help maximise learning.

Below is a copy of the teaching feedback received today:

Five Stars for Dinosaur Workshop

Feedback from a Reception Teaching Assistant after a dinosaur workshop in school.

Feedback from a Reception Teaching Assistant after a dinosaur workshop in school.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

Glad to see our work is so very much appreciated.

The Teaching Assistant wrote:

“This was an excellent session.  Mike [the Everything Dinosaur workshop leader],  kept the class completely engaged and involved, they enjoyed learning with him.  Mike is obviously incredibly knowledgeable and a particularly well-skilled presenter.  Mike’s reputation in school is amazing and well deserved.  Thank you!”

To learn more about Everything Dinosaur’s work with Reception-aged children and to contact us to request a quotation: Contact Everything Dinosaur

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