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Why Choose Mair
Creative and cost effective digital resources for online and offline delivery, educational programmes, workshops, loan boxes and visitor research.
What They Say About Mair
Working with Splinter and Mair Education has been a great experience - the project itself has been a good learning experience for the project team.Splinter supported by Mair Education were able to offer us a complete solution in terms of both design and content - both being key to the successful delivery of the project.
The involvement of both children and young people has been key to the success of the initial launch of the project, they have played a major role in not only determining the look and feel of the new site but also making decisions around the content and the subject areas that the site covers. I see the launch as only the start of something that will continue to grow and change at a rapid pace.
- Nick Schimmel - Hull City Council Communications and Marketing Account Manager
Latest Projects by Mair
- 1. Read about "Young Person’s Guide to Lincolnshire Museums"
- 2. Read about "Bitesize Online Interactive Science Games"
- 3. Read about "Woolsthorpe Manor"
- 4. Read about "Derwenthaugh EcoParc – development of education programme and resources"
- 5. Read about "Go! TravelWise Primary Resources"
- 6. Read about "Moving Objects Evaluation"
- 7. Read about "Learning Links Museum Projects"
- 8. Read about "Clued Up in Hull - a website for children & young people by children & young people"
- 9. Read about "Mediated loans service feasibility study and evaluation"
- 10. Read about "Research & development of learning packages for Learn with Museums website"
- 11. Read about "Creation of e-learning resources"
- 12. Read about "Children and young people workshops"
Lincolnshire Heritage Forum
Young Person’s Guide to Lincolnshire Museums (2010-2011)
One county covering 2000 square miles, 8 museums, 74 young people and the most severe winter Britain has seen in years! Four months later and the result… 8 brilliantly creative films each capturing… Read Case Study...
Bitesize Online Interactive Science Games (2010 - 2011)
Mair Education is once again working in collaboration with Splinter Design to create, design and build 11 interactive online games for the BBC. The contract will see Sara work with the Liverpool-based…
The National Trust
Woolsthorpe Manor (2010)
Woolsthorpe Manor; the birth place of Isaac Newton and his infamous theories is becoming a temple of education once again. Sara is currently creating e-learning materials for The National Trust website… Read Case Study...
RENEW and Graphite Resources
Derwenthaugh EcoParc – development of education programme and resources (2009-10)
Sara has recently created curriculum based learning programmes and supporting resources for Derwenthaugh EcoParc. The interactive learning programmes aim to make recycling, sustainability, waste management… Read Case Study...
Go! TravelWise Primary Resources (2010)
Sara recently joined Rachael Boden, of Liverpool design agency Splinter, at the TravelWise Group/Merseytravel’s Sustaining the Journey to School event to launch the Go! schools resources. The Go!TravelWise…
Leicestershire’s Open Museum Service
Moving Objects Evaluation (2008)
Mair Education recently undertook an evaluation of Leicestershire Open Museum Service’s Moving Objects scheme. Read Case Study...
MLA East Midlands
Learning Links Museum Projects (2008/2009)
Sara recently worked with MLA East Midlands to support 10 museums in the delivery of learning packages, as part of the 2008-09 Strategic Commissioning Learning Links project. The projects include providing… Read Case Study...
Hull City Council
Clued Up in Hull - a website for children & young people by children & young people (2008-ongoing)
Sara continues to work with Hull City Council and children and young people in Hull to research and create the content for the award winning website Clued Up in Hull. The website provides Hull’s… Read Case Study...
Nottingham City Museums and Galleries
Mediated loans service feasibility study and evaluation (2008)
This two-phase project involved firstly, researching the feasibility of an artefact access programme for Nottingham City Museums and Galleries. As well as in-depth interviews with permanent and freelance… Read Case Study...
Renaissance East Midlands
Research & development of learning packages for Learn with Museums website (2008)
Sara created interactive learning packages for Gordon Boswell Romany Museum, Papplewick Pumping Station, Toys of Yesteryear, Foxton Canal Museum, Naseby Battlefield Project for Renaissance East Midlands’… Read Case Study...
Leicestershire County Council Environment and Heritage Services
Creation of e-learning resources (2008)
Sara recently created online resources for a website developed by Leicestershire County Council Environment and Heritage Services. The resources aim to promote educational services at eight museums, the… Read Case Study...
Children and young people workshops (2007)
As part of Leicester City Council’s bid to the Big Lottery Fund to develop a community library on the New Parks estate, Sara was asked to undertake the consultation with children and young people.… Read Case Study...