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School of Arts, Languages and Cultures

Subject-specific outreach programme 2019-2020

How to book

Click on the subject you are interested in to see the planned events for this academic year. Once booking opens - usually 3-4 months before the event - links to registration forms will be made available under each listing.

We also send out email notifications to schools on our contacts list to alert them when booking for an event goes live. If you would like to be put on our contacts list, please get in touch using the contact details at the bottom of the page.

Bespoke visits or talks for any subject

We are always happy to arrange campus visits for school groups or send out student ambassadors to deliver talks in schools or colleges. Please contact us to discuss possibilities.

Subject-specific events

Most of our events are free to attend unless otherwise stated.

Archaeology events

Upcoming Archaeology events

Prehistory to Primary Schools Project

KS1-3

Prehistory (the ‘Stone Age’ to Iron Age) is now on the national curriculum, but it may seem like quite a daunting or difficult thing to teach, as there are not always resources available to get classes engaged with people living thousands of years in the past. A team of Archaeologists at the University of Manchester have created a set of free resources that can help bring prehistory to life in the classroom, combining information booklets, comics, 3D printed artefacts, digital resources and classroom activities that teachers can use to create flexible and detailed teaching.

Have a look at this short video about our project, and see some of our resources in action. 

Get started with a student ambassador workshop

As part of this ‘Prehistory to Primary Schools’ resource pack, an Archaeology student ambassador will come to deliver an 1 hour workshop introducing ‘Prehistory’ to the class, allowing them to identify the four key periods (The Mesolithic, Neolithic, Bronze Age and Iron Age), know the dates for each period, and begin to identify key facts about each period, and how they differ from each other. After this session, our ambassadors will leave our resource pack with you, to continue your exploration into prehistory!
We can arrange student ambassador workshops from October 2019.

How do we take part?
Please email sonja.bernhard@manchester.ac.uk to make arrangements

Academic Guest Lecture Series

Invite a member of staff from our Archaeology Department to your school or college via the Academic Guest Lecture Series.

Discover History (and Related Disciplines) Day

Y12 - June 2020

This day will give you the chance to explore the variety of degrees and course options available within the study of History at Manchester, as well as gain information on the diverse range of potential career opportunities open to History graduates.

The day includes the following disciplines: American Studies, Archaeology, Art History, Classics, History, Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute, Religion and Theology.

Booking will open in spring 2020 on the Discover Days website

University of Manchester Library Visits and Resources

Our library offers reference facilities to north-west sixth form and mature students and their teachers to help with A-level, AVCE and Access course work. Furthermore, teachers can arrange for their post-16 students to visit The University of Manchester campus to support them with the Extended Project Qualification for their students. 

For further details, please see our library's Widening Participation page.   

Past Archaeology events

Whitworth Park Community Archaeology & History Project

Summer 2011 - 2014

Whitworth Park located on the edge of the University Campus is much loved by staff and students. This exciting project has investigated the long-term social, material and natural histories of the Park. At the same time, the project has also used archaeology as a way of engaging contemporary residents and local schools with their urban heritage.

Art History events

Upcoming Art History events

Art History subject talks

Most suitable for sixth form students 

Art History is an exciting and flexible programme, designed to cater for pupils studying English, history, art, art history, classics, religious studies and other cognate subjects in the humanities and sciences. Staff from our Department of Art History and Visual Studies will be pleased to visit your school and talk to your students about what the subject entails at degree level. To arrange a talk, please contact sonja.bernhard@manchester.ac.uk.

ARTiculation events @ the Whitworth

KS5 

ARTiculation is a nationally acclaimed public speaking initiative for pupils designed to promote the appreciation and discussion of visual culture. It is run by the Roche Court Educational Trust in collaboration with museums, galleries and universities in the UK. For more information, see the ARTiculation website.    

The North West events are held at the Whitworth Gallery and comprise the following:

  • ARTiculation Discovery Day - 25 September 2019 10 – 3pm & Wed 23 Oct, 5 – 7pm. For details and how to book, click here   
  • ARTiculation NW regional final -  Wed 22 Jan, 2 – 4.30pm
  • ARTiculation ambassador workshops in schools(for Year 12 & 13) - These workshops are delivered by our ARTiculation ambassadors - students who study Art History at the University of Manchester.  ARTiculation in-school workshops are designed to develop and support students’  understanding and engagement with art. During the workshop students will:
    • Find out more about the ARTiculation competition
    • Explore artworks through personal observation, discussion and primary research
    • Be encouraged to think independently, analyse information, ask informed questions
    • Learn how to conquer nerves, physically prepare, and successfully deliver a presentation to large audiences

How to book: 

To register participation in the 2020 ARTiculation challenge or to book onto the Discover Day, head to the ARTiculation website.    

To book an ARTiculation ambassador workshop, contact sonja.bernhard@manchester.ac.uk (tel 0161 275 3429)           

John Rylands Library Workshops

KS3-5

Our beautiful John Rylands Library on Deansgate houses one of the world's finest collections of rare books and manuscripts in a neo-Gothic building. The Learning Team runs a range of workshops for schools and offers tours of the building as well. Of particular interest to Art History/ Art and Design students could be their Bookmaking workshops (open to KS3-5) and their Introducing Special Collections workshop (KS5). For more information on the workshops and how to access them, please see the John Rylands Learning Website.

The Whitworth Learning Programme

KS 3-5 (Costs apply)

The Whitworth, our on-campus art gallery, offers a learning programme which includes workshops and masterclasses for students and CPD for teachers. 

For details, please see the Whitworth website    

University of Manchester Library Visits and Resources

Our library offers reference facilities to north-west sixth form and mature students and their teachers to help with A-level, AVCE and Access course work. Furthermore, teachers can arrange for their post-16 students to visit The University of Manchester campus to support them with the Extended Project Qualification for their students. 

For further details, please see our library's Widening Participation page.   

Discover History (and related disciplines) Day

Y12 - June 2020 

This day will give you the chance to explore the variety of degrees and course options available within the study of History at Manchester, as well as gain information on the diverse range of potential career opportunities open to History graduates.

The day includes the following disciplines: American Studies, Archaeology, Art History, Classics, History, Religion and Theology.

The day is free to attend. Booking will open in spring 2020 via the Discover Days website.

Classics and Ancient History events

Upcoming Classics and Ancient History events

Discover History (and Related Subjects) Day

Y12 - June 2020

This day will give you the chance to explore the variety of degrees and course options available within the study of History at Manchester, as well as gain information on the diverse range of potential career opportunities open to History graduates.

The day includes the following disciplines: American Studies, Archaeology, Art History, Classics, History, Religion and Theology.

The day is free to attend. To find out more and to book (from spring 2020), please go to the Discover Days website.

Outreach Lectures, Classics for All and other activities

Staff in the Department of Classics and Ancient History offer talks in schools and a series of outreach projects, including the Classics for All initiative which facilitates Latin/Greek/Classics clubs in local schools. For more details on these activities, please see the Classics and Ancient History schools outreach pages.

University of Manchester Library Visits and Resources

Our library offers reference facilities to north-west sixth form and mature students and their teachers to help with A-level, AVCE and Access course work. Furthermore, teachers can arrange for their post-16 students to visit The University of Manchester campus to support them with the Extended Project Qualification for their students. 

For further details, please see our library's Widening Participation page.   

Drama events

Upcoming Drama events

Discover English, Drama and American Studies

Y12 June/July 2020

The Discover English Day will give you a taste of the variety of opportunities available within the study of English, as well as the diverse range of potential career opportunities that this degree will open up to you. It will cover the disciplines of English Literature and Creative Writing, American Studies and English Language & Linguistics.

The day is free to attend and booking will open in spring 2020, via the Discover Days website.

Martin Harris Centre programme

The Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama is our venue for a host of inspirational Music and Drama performances. (Charges apply to some events)

University of Manchester Library Visits and Resources

Our library offers reference facilities to north-west sixth form and mature students and their teachers to help with A-level, AVCE and Access course work. Furthermore, teachers can arrange for their post-16 students to visit The University of Manchester campus to support them with the Extended Project Qualification for their students. 

For further details, please see our library's Widening Participation page.   

English Language and Linguistics events

Upcoming Linguistics and English Language events 

Insight into Linguistics and English Language at university

 Y12 - 2020 date tbc

Venue: The University of Manchester, Oxford Road (Samuel Alexander Building)

This event gives Y12 pupils an opportunity to sample life as an English language/linguistics student at The University of Manchester. Pupils will undertake subject taster sessions, receive information on careers for English language/linguistics graduates and meet current undergraduate language students. The event is open to students of any subject combination and is free of charge.

John Rylands Library workshops

At the John Rylands Library, 150 Deansgate, Manchester M3 3EH

Our beautiful John Rylands Library on Deansgate houses one of the world's finest collections of rare books and manuscripts in a neo-Gothic building. Its education team runs a range of workshops for schools which are particularly suited to students of English, for example:

University of Manchester Library Visits and Resources

Our library offers reference facilities to north-west sixth form and mature students and their teachers to help with A-level, AVCE and Access course work. Furthermore, teachers can arrange for their post-16 students to visit The University of Manchester campus to support them with the Extended Project Qualification for their students. 

For further details, please see our library's Widening Participation page.   

Discover English, Drama and American Studies

Y12 - June/July 2020

The Discover English Day will give you a taste of the variety of opportunities available within the study of English as well as the diverse range of potential career opportunities that this degree will open up to you. It will cover the disciplines of English Literature and Creative Writing, American Studies and English Language & Linguistics.

The day is free to attend. More details will be published here and on the Discover Days page when they are available.

English Literature and American Studies events

Upcoming events

Academic Guest Lecture Series

Our academics offer a number of lectures linked to English or American Studies. Please head over to the academic guest lecture website to explore topics and to invite us to your school.     

American Studies @ Manchester Podcast

Our new American Studies podcast explores US literature, history, culture & politics through the eyes of students and lecturers at the University of Manchester. Episodes highlight our current research and interviews with visiting speakers. Access the podcast on Soundcloud

Discover English, Drama and American Studies 

Y12 - June/July 2020 

The Discover English Day will give you a taste of the variety of opportunities available within the study of English, as well as the diverse range of potential career opportunities that this degree will open up to you. It will cover the disciplines of English Literature and Creative Writing, American Studies and English Language & Linguistics.

The day is free to attend. More details will be published here and on the Discover Days page when they are available.

Discover History (and related disciplines) Day

Y12 - June/July 2020 

This day will give you the chance to explore the variety of degrees and course options available within the study of History at Manchester, as well as gain information on the diverse range of potential career opportunities open to History graduates.

The day includes the following disciplines: American Studies, Archaeology, Art History, Classics, History, Religion and Theology.

The day is free to attend. More details will be published here and on the Discover Days page when they are available.

University of Manchester Library Visits and Resources

Our library offers reference facilities to north-west sixth form and mature students and their teachers to help with A-level, AVCE and Access course work. Furthermore, teachers can arrange for their post-16 students to visit The University of Manchester campus to support them with the Extended Project Qualification for their students. 

For further details, please see our library's Widening Participation page.   

Understanding money: The history of finance, speculation and the stock market

Age 16+

MOOC - online course

This free, three-week open online course is available from 18/03/19 (check link below for future dates).

What is money? What does money do? How has the understanding of economics changed over the years? On this course, you will learn how literary, cultural, visual and historical studies have offered new ways of understanding money and investment. You will look at popular representations of finance in visual culture and literature and explore the social meaning of credit, debt and the role of the market. You will also investigate financial crises in history and analyse how the media presents this information to the public.

Colleagues in American Studies at the University of Manchester have contributed to this course.

To see more details on the content of this 3-week course and join for free, head over to the Futurelearn platform.

Centre for New Writing events

Events organised by our Centre for New Writing include "Literature Live" and "In Conversation with Jeanette Winterson". The website also has podcasts of past events. Check the CNW website for details. (Charges apply)

John Rylands Library Workshops

Our beautiful John Rylands Library on Deansgate houses one of the world's finest collections of rare books and manuscripts in a neo-Gothic building. It runs a range of workshops for schools which are particularly suited to students of English. Explore their offer and get in touch with their education team via the John Rylands Library website. (Charges may apply)    

History events

Upcoming events

 The Cold War and Jodrell Bank: A study day for KS4 & 5

Date: 24 January 2020

Age group: KS4 & 5

Venue: Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK11 9DL

***Keywords: Modern History, Cold War, working with sources***

The Cold War played out right here in the North West of England – Jodrell Bank Observatory in Cheshire was deeply involved in monitoring the early space race between the USA and the Soviet Union. This study day for KS4 and 5 combines taster lectures outlining the US and Soviet perspective on the Cold War with an active workshop which will see your students delve into source materials to explore the observatory’s role against that backdrop. The workshops will be offered as two separate strands: one for KS4, one for KS5.  

The day will be held at the Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre in Cheshire and will be co-delivered by Jodrell Bank and the Departments of History and Russian and East European Studies at the University of Manchester.

This heritage event is part of the Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre 'First Light' Project which is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Read a post about a previous iteration of the event (for Sixth Formers) on our History blog.

How to book

The event is free of charge.

A link to the booking form will be made available here in autumn 2019.   

Each school can book for up to 20 pupils in the first instance. If more places become available, we will be in touch. 

American Studies @ Manchester Podcast

Our new American Studies podcast explores US literature, history, culture & politics through the eyes of students and lecturers at the University of Manchester. Episodes highlight our current research and interviews with visiting speakers. Access the podcast on Soundcloud

Discover History (and related disciplines) Day

Y12 - June/July 2020

This day will give you the chance to explore the variety of degrees and course options available within the study of History at Manchester, as well as gain information on the diverse range of potential career opportunities open to History graduates.

The day includes the following disciplines: American Studies, Archaeology, Art History, Classics, History, Religion and Theology.

The day is free to attend. Booking will be via the Discover Days page from spring 2020.

John Rylands Library Workshops

KS5

Our beautiful John Rylands Library on Deansgate houses one of the world's finest collections of rare books and manuscripts in a neo-Gothic building. It runs a range of workshops for schools which introduce students to working with archives, primary sources and special collections.

Explore details on the John Rylands' Post-16 website

University of Manchester Library Visits and Resources

Our library offers reference facilities to north-west sixth form and mature students and their teachers to help with A-level, AVCE and Access course work. Furthermore, teachers can arrange for their post-16 students to visit The University of Manchester campus to support them with the Extended Project Qualification for their students. 

For further details, please see our library's Widening Participation page.   

Understanding money: The history of finance, speculation and the stock market

Age 16+ 

MOOC - online course 

What is money? What does money do? How has the understanding of economics changed over the years? On this course, you will learn how literary, cultural, visual and historical studies have offered new ways of understanding money and investment. You will look at popular representations of finance in visual culture and literature and explore the social meaning of credit, debt and the role of the market. You will also investigate financial crises in history and analyse how the media presents this information to the public.

Colleagues in American Studies at the University of Manchester have contributed to this course.

To see more details on the content of this 3-week course, check future dates and join for free, head over to the Futurelearn platform.

Past events

WW1 centenary

The University and the War

You can explore the impact of WW1 on the University on the WW1 Centenary website. Our Department of History produced the film, Dear Professor Tout, which gives a moving account of the correspondence between some of the Manchester History students who went to the front and their favourite professor.

Humanitarian Conflict and Response Institute (HCRI) events

After Maria: Everyday recovery from disaster (online resource)

Free resource - KS3, 4 or 5

After Maria is a graphic novella by Dr Gemma Sou and John Cei Douglas about a family’s recovery from Hurricane Maria, which devastated Puerto Rico in 2017.

It is an ideal teaching resource to explore the effect of and responses to tropical storms:  

On 20 September 2017, Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico. Maria devastated the Caribbean island, causing more than $30bn in damage, and an initial death toll of 64 grew to an estimated figure of between 2,975 and 4,645. Many of the deaths happened during the aftermath from treatable chronic illnesses because power outages prevented people from receiving routine medical care – but most of the media had left by November.

Dr Sou visited Puerto Rico five times during the first year after Maria to talk to families about their recovery. One of the results is After Maria, a graphic novella about a fictional family in the neighbourhood of Ingenio that is based on common experiences Sou heard from Puerto Ricans across the island.

How to receive:

  • Pdf: You can download the resource (in English and Spanish) for free on the project website.
  • Print:  We also have printed copies and are happy to supply schools with one classroom set free of charge. Please email sonja.bernhard@manchester.ac.uk stating your school & address and the age group you are planning on using the resource with.    

If you use the resource for teaching, Gemma would really appreciate your feedback - however brief. gemma.sou@manchester.ac.uk

 Lectures & Workshops for schools and colleges

KS 3, 4, 5 

Our lecturer-designed outreach programme focuses on the key concepts that are the pillars of HCRI. The guest presentation offers your pupils the opportunity to discover more about our unique BSc course in International Disaster Management and Humanitarian Response through an adapted lecture-style talk or an interactive workshop delivered by our specialist students trained in school outreach. The sessions could cover one of our specialist topics, such as global health, climate change, disaster risk management and sustainable development and humanitarian action.

The presentations are designed for pupils from any discipline, however, we have found that it has appealed to students who have chosen to study Modern Foreign Languages, Anthropology, Geography, Sociology, History, Politics, Biology and other health-related subjects.

To arrange a presentation, please email or call:

Young People in Humanitarianism Conference

KS3 - June 2020

Every year in June we host the Young People in Humanitarianism Conference. This is designed entirely by our Masters cohort and supported by students and staff throughout HCRI to reach out to young people in Greater Manchester (typically years 8 & 9). It is a workshop-based event where students are split into groups and follow specific streams throughout the day with the aim of presenting their findings to the other groups. Themes last year included: Disasters and Climate Change, Human Rights and Refugees. This event follows current humanitarian discussions and the passion of our Masters students to create a distinctive and engaging event.

Booking will open in 2020. If you would like to stay up to date on our YPiH Conference please email or call:

University of Manchester Library Visits and Resources

Our library offers reference facilities to north-west sixth form and mature students and their teachers to help with A-level, AVCE and Access course work. Furthermore, teachers can arrange for their post-16 students to visit The University of Manchester campus to support them with the Extended Project Qualification for their students. 

For further details, please see our library's Widening Participation page.   

Modern Foreign Language events

Upcoming MFL events

¡Viva Languages!

Year 8/9 – Dates: 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 January 2020

This is a widening participation project aimed at WP priority schools

¡Viva languages! is a fun, motivational event to raise awareness of the value of languages. It is therefore specifically aimed at students who are about to choose their GCSE options. Activities will consist of a ‘Why Study Languages/Careers’ talk, a taster session in a new language and the production of a filmed role play with a student ambassador in a language your students currently study (we can support French, German, Spanish and also Russian, Italian, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Arabic and Japanese). The role plays will be filmed and watched at the end of the day.

Download the programme & parental consent form (pdf)

How to book:
Schools on our contacts list will receive an email notification when booking for this event opens this autumn. If you would like to be added to our contacts list, please get in touch

The University of Manchester Insight into Languages Programme (UMILAP)

Year 10/11 - Dates: 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 June 2020

Structured campus visits for KS4 pupils. The aim is to raise aspirations and awareness of studying languages at post-16 and university level. Pupils will use their language creatively in a subtitling activity, will try a new language and will meet current students. They will also be introduced to the university environment, learn more about course provision and future employment possibilities.

How to book: 
Schools on our contacts list will receive an email notification when booking for this event opens this autumn. If you would like to be added to our contacts list, please get in touch

LEAF - Language Education: A level and Further

Year 12 - Tuesday, 23 June 2020

This event gives Y12 pupils an opportunity to sample life as a language student at The University of Manchester. Students will undertake sessions in language and cultural topics of the language they are currently studying, as well as tasters in 'new' languages. They will also receive information on careers with languages and will meet current undergraduate language students. The event is also accessible to students who are not currently studying languages but are considering starting a language from scratch at degree level.

How to book:

The event is free of charge.

To ease the organisational load for teachers, we ask students to book their own place. This enables us to liaise with them directly over the sessions they would like to attend on the day.

The link to the booking form will be made available here in spring 2020.  

Schools on our contact list will receive an email notification when booking for this event opens. If you would like to be added to our contacts list, please get in touch

Motivational talks to schools

Any year group, all year

Presentations on the theme of "Why study Languages" and "Careers in Languages", delivered by students and staff to schools and colleges across the region. Please email Sonja Bernhard to arrange.

Email: sonja.bernhard@manchester.ac.uk

Sharing Words

Year 10/11 and 12/13 - Date: November 2019 - March 2020

This is a volunteering project for incoming Erasmus students, who are native speakers. The volunteer assistants come into Manchester colleges/schools once a week to support conversation classes at sixth form and GCSE level. (N.B. Due to the nature of the project, we will only be able to work with schools that are within a reasonable distance from the University by public transport - 45 mins distance at the most).

Email: sonja.bernhard@manchester.ac.uk

Languages XP

KS3-5 - Date: March 2020

This is a widening participation project aimed at WP priority schools.

Final year languages students will come to your school to deliver four fun language taster sessions at beginners' level in March 2019. Languages available in 2018-19 were Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Latin. Languages XP will enable your pupils to meet university students, to find out about HE study and to gain an insight into a new language and culture. (N.B. Due to the nature of the project, we will only be able to work with schools that are no more than 45 mins distance from the University by public transport.)

Chinese language and culture tasters

Any year group, all year

The Confucius Institute at The University of Manchester has a resource centre in the School of Arts, Languages and Cultures, and offers taster sessions in Chinese language or culture to schools. (Costs apply for some events).

Spanish Embassy Education Office @ Instituto Cervantes

External to the University  

Are you aware that the Spanish Consejería de Educación has an Education Advisor here in Manchester? Carmen Santos Maldonado is able to provide support for schools (primary, secondary and post-16) in terms of Spanish language teaching. She can offer advice for teachers and workshops at your school.   

Carmen Santos Maldonado
Asesora Técnica de Educación en Manchester/ Education Advisor
Consejería de Educación en el Reino Unido/ Spanish Embassy Education Office
Instituto Cervantes
326-330 Deansgate
Manchester M3 4FN
Tel: 0161 6614211
email: carmen.santos@mecd.es

You can find out more about this on the Spanish Consejerjería de Educación website  - especially the teaching materials they make available online.

University of Manchester Library Visits and Resources

Our library offers reference facilities to north-west sixth form and mature students and their teachers to help with A-level, AVCE and Access course work. Furthermore, teachers can arrange for their post-16 students to visit The University of Manchester campus to support them with the Extended Project Qualification for their students. 

For further details, please see our library's Widening Participation page.   

Music events

Society for Music Analysis - Educational Video Podcasts

Our Music Department has contributed to the SMA Video Podcasts. These films provide an accessible route into analysis for anyone from teachers looking for engaging resources to students, academics or musicians seeking tools to gain a deeper appreciation of musical texts. Each episode provides an introduction to a different application of, or approach to analysis. This could range from covering the basics of a particular theory or analytical method to demonstrating how close analysis can inform broader historical, ideological or socio-cultural arguments.

Martin Harris Centre programme

Our Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama is the venue for a host of inspirational Music and Drama performances. (Charges apply to some events).

University of Manchester Library Visits and Resources

Our library offers reference facilities to north-west sixth form and mature students and their teachers to help with A-level, AVCE and Access course work. Furthermore, teachers can arrange for their post-16 students to visit The University of Manchester campus to support them with the Extended Project Qualification for their students. 

For further details, please see our library's Widening Participation page.   

Religions and Theology events

Discover History (and related disciplines) Day

Y12 - June/July 2020

This day will give you the chance to explore the variety of degrees and course options available within the study of History and related disciplines at Manchester, as well as gain information on the diverse range of potential career opportunities open to graduates.

The day includes the following disciplines: American Studies, Archaeology, Art History, Classics, History, Religion and Theology.

To find out more and to book places from spring 2020, please go to the Discover Days website.

University of Manchester Library Visits and Resources

Our library offers reference facilities to north-west sixth form and mature students and their teachers to help with A-level, AVCE and Access course work. Furthermore, teachers can arrange for their post-16 students to visit The University of Manchester campus to support them with the Extended Project Qualification for their students. 

For further details, please see our library's Widening Participation page.   

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Contacts

Sonja Bernhard
Schools Outreach Officer, School of Arts, Languages and Cultures
Room A19, Samuel Alexander Building
The University of Manchester
Oxford Road
Manchester
M13 9PL

Cathryn Owen
Schools Outreach Assistant, School of Arts, Languages and Cultures
Room A19, Samuel Alexander Building
The University of Manchester
Oxford Road
Manchester
M13 9PL