Newport’s Tin Shed Theatre will be performing Herman Melville’s masterpiece on the gondola of the Newport Transporter Bridge from 3-16 October 2018.

This transition activity is aimed at raising aspirations for the new pupils to improve their attainment High School with a view to moving into HE. 

The event has been designed to embed progression to university within the induction period, allowing Sixth Form schools and colleges to bring both year groups to a tailored one-day event.

First Campus at the University of South Wales are looking for 20 young people aged 12-16 years to take part in a staging of Llewellyn Fawr at the Eisteddfod on 9th August 2018.

First Campus at the University of South Wales are running a dance summer school to develop choreography and improvisation skills.

An introduction to human anatomy for KS2 pupils, aimed at year 6.

Cardiff School of Technologies have been working with pupils at Blaenycwm School in Brynmawr, Blaenau Gwent, to provide insight on the fascinating 500-year history of Humanoid Robots as well as the latest technologies including Google Glass, mind readers and flying drones.

STEMLive is an event designed to give students a fresh perspective by taking them out of the classroom and immersing them into the world of science.