16 Works

Inspiration: Pinned insects in display cases at Insectarium, Montreal, Canada

Anthony Head
The rows of butterflies and beetles on display in this museum provided further inspiration for the iMigration project.

Poster explaining DiTE

Anne Parfitt
The four parts of the DiTE project have been constructed to deliver a comprehensive account of the complexities of teacher preparation. What we will learn from each of the elements as we progress through the study is valuable in itself but when considered in combination, the outputs form a robust body of knowledge.

A selection of the patterns used for the butterflies

Anthony Head
Each of the 5000 individual butterflies used in the sculpture had a unique pattern design. These images show a few examples of the computer-generated patterns used.

Initial computer modelling

Anthony Head
These images show exterior and interior shots from a computer modelling programme created to show how the sculpture would be situated in the abbey environment.

Inspiration: Paper animals

Anthony Head
These childrens' toys were partially the inspiration for the iMigration project.

Working scientifically butterfly

Sarah Earle
As part of Bath Spa University's Teacher Assessment in Primary Science (TAPS) project, Victoria Park Primary School developed a 'Working Scientifically Butterfly'. Using their school emblem of a butterfly, it is filled with scientific enquiry skills. teacher can put this on their wall to use a a teaching aid, for example, teachers could ask the children: 'what are we/have we focused on today?'Further information and an explanation of how the school use the tool can...

Poster explaining DiTE

Anne Parfitt
The four parts of the DiTE project have been constructed to deliver a comprehensive account of the complexities of teacher preparation. What we will learn from each of the elements as we progress through the study is valuable in itself but when considered in combination, the outputs form a robust body of knowledge.

The Tarrare Project: History of Medicine and The Depraved Appetite of Tarrare the Freak

Laura Purcell-Gates
Research programme given to audience members at 2015 premiere of puppet chamber opera The Depraved Appetite of Tarrare the Freak at the Bristol Festival of Puppetry, Tobacco Factory Theatres. Documents the collaborative research, which informed the development of the show, into the case study of 18th-century medical anomaly Tarrare by Dr Laura Purcell-Gates, Dr Alan Bates, Dr David Turner, Dr John Lee and the intercalated BA in Medical Humanities programme at Bristol University.

A selection of the patterns used for the butterflies

Anthony Head
Each of the 5000 individual butterflies used in the sculpture had a unique pattern design. These images show a few examples of the computer-generated patterns used.

Templates and outlines

Anthony Head
Creating the shape of the butterflies for the creation of a die to cut the butterfly shapes out of paper.

The Tarrare Project: History of Medicine and The Depraved Appetite of Tarrare the Freak

Laura Purcell-Gates
Research programme given to audience members at 2015 premiere of puppet chamber opera The Depraved Appetite of Tarrare the Freak at the Bristol Festival of Puppetry, Tobacco Factory Theatres. Documents the collaborative research, which informed the development of the show, into the case study of 18th-century medical anomaly Tarrare by Dr Laura Purcell-Gates, Dr Alan Bates, Dr David Turner, Dr John Lee and the intercalated BA in Medical Humanities programme at Bristol University.

Working scientifically butterfly

Sarah Earle
As part of Bath Spa University's Teacher Assessment in Primary Science (TAPS) project, Victoria Park Primary School developed a 'Working Scientifically Butterfly'. Using their school emblem of a butterfly, it is filled with scientific enquiry skills. teacher can put this on their wall to use a a teaching aid, for example, teachers could ask the children: 'what are we/have we focused on today?'Further information and an explanation of how the school use the tool can...

TAPS poster 2015.pdf

Sarah Earle
A summary poster produced in 2015 for the third year of the Teacher Assessment in Primary Science (TAPS) project which is based at Bath Spa Institute for Education and funded by the Primary Science Teaching Trust.
TAPS aims to develop support for valid, reliable and manageable teacher assessment, which will have a positive impact on pupil learning in primary science.

Templates and outlines

Anthony Head
Creating the shape of the butterflies for the creation of a die to cut the butterfly shapes out of paper.

Initial computer modelling

Anthony Head
These images show exterior and interior shots from a computer modelling programme created to show how the sculpture would be situated in the abbey environment.

TAPS poster 2015.pdf

Sarah Earle
A summary poster produced in 2015 for the third year of the Teacher Assessment in Primary Science (TAPS) project which is based at Bath Spa Institute for Education and funded by the Primary Science Teaching Trust.
TAPS aims to develop support for valid, reliable and manageable teacher assessment, which will have a positive impact on pupil learning in primary science.

Registration Year

  • 2016
    6
  • 2017
    8
  • 2019
    2

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