Medics in primary schools (MIPS) is a society set up to help inspire primary school children about health and science, whilst also improving the outreach of higher education to areas around Manchester. We typically teach year 6 primary school children, with 5-6 particpants teaching a class. Sessions last for roughly an hour and taken place once every two weeks on a Wednesday afternoon. We cover a variety of topics ranging from basic health and science to thinking about higher education and what to do in an emergency. We use a variety of props and the teaching is never dull – with participants in MIPS expected to take a fun and interactive way of getting important facts across to the pupils. MIPS is a great way to get involved with teaching and working with children in a safe and friendly environment and is a very rewarding experience!
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