Best wishes to Amanda Shore!

I would like to dedicate this post (and all the video entries posted this week), to Amanda Shore, who will be leaving the Museum tomorrow to take up a full-time school teaching position. I have been working with Amanda for some time, doing a little to help support the wonderful Early Years teaching she has been doing at the Manchester Museum.  It has been such a pleasure to work with her and I really wish her all the very best in her new job.  Amanda has also been responsible for organising children from local schools and centres, such as those from Gorton South Sure Start Children’s Centre, to come in for Early Years sessions with the vivarium animals.  I hope you will enjoy seeing the latest sessions as much as I enjoyed conducting them  – and working with Amanda.  Today’s clip is of a young boy and girl from Gorton South seeing a snake up close for the very first time! 🙂 Good luck Amanda! 🙂

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One Response

  1. Hi there.

    Thank you so much for the message. I had such fun working with you Andrew. I am just settling into my new role and hope to bring another group to come and see you very soon. It was such an inspirational and exciting experience for the children and staff.

    Hope all the animals are behaving themselves!

    See you soon!

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