Learning with Museums Worcestershire
Museums Worcestershire offers a comprehensive learning service available for your pupils to enjoy either in school or at one of our historic venues.
The Learning Service at Museums Worcestershire provides activities and role-play sessions covering Medieval, Tudor, English Civil War, Victorian, First World War and Second World War periods. We also offer a range of science and nature topics linked to our collections. Each cross-curricular activity is rich in creativity and language and focusing on historic enquiry, stretches children's thinking and reasoning skills. Many sessions and workshops can be adapted to suit particular requirements. Look out for special themed weeks too.
In addition, Worcester Museum and Art Gallery deliver activities linked to their changing programme of temporary exhibitions.
Outreach service provides activities in your school linked to such topics as Tudor Music, The Solar System, Samuel Pepys and The Great Fire of London, The Life of Florence Nightingale and more.
Our Object Loan Boxes are also available to schools, which enables you to borrow objects from a huge selection of artefacts to support your teaching in the classroom and our award winning Museum on the Move can bring exhibitions straight to your door.
All activities can be tailored for SEN groups to fit with your individual requirements.
With changes to the National Curriculum introduced in September 2014, Museums Worcestershire is keen to work with you to provide relevant and appropriate resources to support your chosen curriculum topics. Do contact us to discuss your requirements and how we can work together to achieve inspiring learning experiences for your pupils. National Curriculum Guidance documents can be found within the activities pages on this site.
For further information about these services, please choose a venue from the options at the top of the page.
We also now offer a Schools E-Bulletin. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.