Conrad Launches Bounty Schools Inspire Roadshow

Conrad Launches Bounty Schools Inspire Roadshow
September 9, 2020 Conrad

We’ve been getting ready for you.

This week teachers across the UK have been welcoming pupils back to school. If your kids are anything like mine, lockdown sucked and they are keen to get back to their friends and some study. It’s been the same here – we’ve been unable to offer any Bounty Adventures this year and our schools enrichment programmes have been postponed until 2021.

So to make up for it we’ve got something special planned.

We are going on the road with Bounty’s End (the replica launch from Channel 4’s Mutiny) and we’re coming to a school near you.

Bounty Schools Inspire Roadshow

All we need is enough space outside in your school grounds, large enough to fit a 7m boat, a 4:3m marquee and a few tv props. If you have good wifi, we can stream an Assembly Live into all classes and for small groups of up to 30 pupils, we can provide a boat tour and workshop experience based around Key Stage 1&2 national curriculum subjects.

To register, all you have to do is fill in your email address at the link below.
For those that register, I will send out an application form on Friday and we can start the process of co-designing your amazing Bounty Schools Day.

No pressure….well…a little.

Conrad Humphreys
Founder of the Bounty Project

Register your interest below by 12:00, Friday 11th September

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“This was an amazing opportunity, Conrad immediately struck a chord with the learners, his teaching style was inclusive, he was mild mannered, warm and engaging. Watching some of the video footage before the event, then being out on the wide open sea and imagining the same boat on the ocean for weeks on end full of sails was thought provoking. We covered a few miles in distance but the journey this experience took us on was far more reaching than we ever would had expected.”

Darcy Brimson
States of Guernsey Outdoor Education Advisor
“The children experienced what it was like to be on that boat 200 years ago and what was really wonderful is that we had children from the age of four to eleven absolutely captivated by the story” 

Vanessa Harris
Yealmpton Primary School Teacher