Mitsubshi Electric

Family Day Workshop by Mitsubishi Electric

  • 19 Jun 2024

If you are an architecture or environmental enthusiast, bring your children along to a family day of fun and educational activities at the Building Centre on Saturday 22nd June – Mitsubishi Electric will deliver its award-winning programme, The Learning Curve (with a few twists), designed to teach children about energy use and energy efficiency.

The session (12:00 – 3:30) will begin with an interactive presentation introducing the theme of retrofit, children will be split into three groups to take part in a range of fun energy inspired activities. The day will end with an arts and crafts making session where the children will turn everything they have learned into a poster they can take home and show their teachers and friends.


– The Learning Curve activities are scheduled. Please arrive at the beginning of the session to enjoy the full range of activities
– Recommended for children 7 – 11 years old (younger children will need assistance from parents)
– Parents and carers to remain on site with the children at all times
– The coffee shop will not be open, but you are welcome to bring your own refreshments and eat in the café area


12pm: Drop-in crafts workshop (ongoing)
1pm: Mitsubishi – The Learning Curve
1 – 1.20pm: Presentation
1.20pm: Rotating group activities
2.30pm: Poster making
3.00pm: Family Day ends
3.30pm: Building Centre closes

Crafts workshop

The ongoing drop-in crafts workshop is for any children who do not want to take part in the scheduled events. Volunteers from ECD Architects will also be on hand to assist throughout the day.

The day is also an opportunity for you to see the Retrofit 24 exhibition and learn more about the Building Centre. Mitsubishi Electric looks forward to meeting you there!

Mitsubishi Electric Living Systems,
Travellers Lane,
AL10 8XB
United Kingdom

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