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Osprey CSL launches Osprey KIDS

Posted 27 March 2020 · Add Comment

Aviation consultancy Osprey Consulting Services Limited (CSL) has created a dedicated website providing aviation-based home learning, activities and resources for parents and children, called Osprey KIDS.


Courtesy Osprey CSL


The rapidly evolving nature of the current crisis is presenting many challenges, including home schooling, which has led Osprey CSL to launch Osprey KIDS, a dedicated website providing aviation-based home learning, activities and resources for parents and children in Pre-School and Primary School (KS1 and KS2).

As Osprey and its staff are passionate about encouraging the next generation into aviation, some of the activities on the Osprey KIDS site are STEM based – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

Each week it will run activities and a competition for each group. Children will be encouraged to send in pictures or videos of their creations for judging and for posting on the website gallery. Whilst not exclusively for families within the aviation industry, Osprey KIDS offers some STEM-based fun that everyone can get their teeth into.

On this site parents, teachers, carers will find a safe and fun place for children to learn about all things aviation, with activities, challenges and fun facts for children in pre-school through to Key Stage 2 but that is not to say that older children cannot have a go and make their own creations.


Osprey KIDS website:
kids.ospreycsl.co.uk

If you have any questions or feedback on this site please contact:
kids@ospreycsl.co.uk

 

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