The Museum of Richmond can help you bring the past alive in three exciting, hands on ways:
1: Workshops at the Museum
From Pre-History to World War Two, we offer a range of hands on, cross curricular workshops to really help your pupils engage with the past. All of our workshops can be adapted for all ages and abilities.
Workshops are only £2.50 per student for LBRuT Schools, £3.50 per student for non-LBRuT schools.
Our loans boxes are packed full of handling objects and case studies for you to use in the classroom, for only £15 a week.
Victorian and Edwardian Homes
Victorian Medicine: Case Study of Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole
World War One
World War One: 1916 Case Studies
World War Two: The Home Front, 1939-45
3: Outreach Workshops
Can’t make it to the Museum? We can come to you! We charge the same per student as our on-site workshops, plus travel expenses to and from your school from the Museum (please enquire for further details)
Any questions about the sessions and how they can be adapted to your specific needs?
Contact our Learning Officer, who can talk you through what we can offer:
020 8332 1141
We are now offering a FREE goody bag service where we will bag up visit souvenirs for your class after their visit. You and your pupils can choose from a selection of pocket money priced goodies, which you can pick up from the shop as you leave the Museum. The cost can even be added to your invoice so you don’t have to worry about paying on the day! Souvenir Goody Bags Order Form