As part of the exhibition Celebrating 800 Years of St Mary Magdalenes, the Museum of Richmond and Richmond Team Ministry are delighted to offer the following workshops for Primary and Secondary schools and groups, between September and December 2019.

 

To book a workshop, or to discuss your requirements with Vicky, the Museum’s Learning Officer:
email learning@museumofrichmond.com or call 020 8332 1141 (between 1pm and 4pm, Tuesday to Friday)

 

Click here to download the workshop outlines and curriculum links for Primary Schools and Groups

Click here to download the workshop outline and curriculum links for Secondary Schools and Groups

To find out more about the workshops for families during the Summer 2019 and October Half Term 2019, visit our Families page

To find out more about the Art Summer Schools for Young People, visit our Summer Schools page

 

Full Day Workshops for Primary Schools and Groups

£6 per child for LBRuT schools, £8 for Non-LBRuT Schools – click here to download the curriculum links

Morning: 10am to 11:30am
Hands on history workshop at the Museum of Richmond, extending pupils’ chronological knowledge beyond 1066, focusing on either:

  • Tudors: local/significant place case study of Richmond Palace
  • Georgians: local/significant place case study of Richmond’s links to the slave trade and Ignatius Sancho
  • Victorians: local/significant place case study of when the Railways arrived in Richmond

Lunch: 11:30am to 12:30pm
Walk to St Mary Magdalene’s and have lunch

Afternoon: 12:30pm to 2pm
Tour of St Mary Magdalene’s, showing how national history is reflected in the locality, followed by a craft workshop. Pupils will start by sketching ideas and create mini-replicas of a church object. you can choose from:

  • Stained Glass Windows
  • Coats of Arms
  • Embroidery

 

Half day Workshops for Primary Schools and Groups

£3 per child for LBRuT Schools, £4 for Non LBRuT Schools – click here to download the curriculum links

Morning: 10am to 12noon
Tour of St Mary Magdalene’s followed by a hands on history workshop at the Museum of Richmond, extending pupils’ chronological knowledge beyond 1066, focusing on either:

  • Tudors: local/significant place case study of Richmond Palace
  • Georgians: local/significant place case study of Richmond’s links to the slave trade and Ignatius Sancho
  • Victorians: local/significant place case study of when the Railways arrived in Richmond

 

Full Day Workshops for Secondary Schools and Groups

£6 per student for LBRuT Schools, £8 Non LBRuT Schools – click here to download the curriculum links

Morning: 10am to 11:30am
Workshop at the Museum of Richmond, focusing on either:

  • Tudors: local/significant place case study of Richmond Palace
  • Georgians: local/significant place case study of Richmond’s links to the slave trade and Ignatius Sancho
  • Victorians: local/significant place case study of when the Railways arrived in Richmond

Lunch: 11:30am to 12:30pm
Walk to St Mary Magdalene’s and have lunch

Afternoon: 12:30pm to 2pm
Tour of St Mary Magdalene’s followed by a craft workshop, where students will make sketches of elements of the Church interior which inspires them, and then design and make a patch for a commemorative patchwork quilt.

 

Half Day Workshops for Secondary Schools and Groups

£3 per student for LBRuT Schools, £4 Non-LBRuT Schools – click here to download the curriculum links

Morning: 10am to 12noon
Tour of St Mary Magdalene’s followed by a hands on history workshop at the Museum of Richmond, extending pupils’ chronological knowledge beyond 1066, focusing on either:

  • Tudors: local/significant place case study of Richmond Palace
  • Georgians: local/significant place case study of Richmond’s links to the slave trade and Ignatius Sancho
  • Victorians: local/significant place case study of when the Railways arrived in Richmond

FAMILIES

Using  objects from the Museum’s handling collection, learn more about the history of the local area and have a go at arts and craft activities!

HOW TO GET HERE

Second Floor, Old Town Hall, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond, TW9 1TP
020 8332 1141
info@museumofrichmond.com

 

VISIT

Price

Free Admission

Opening hours

Tuesday – Friday 11am to 5pm
Saturday, April – September: 11am to 5pm
Saturday, October – March: 11am to 4pm
Closed Mondays and Bank Holidays, including Good Friday

Find us

2nd Floor, Old Town Hall, Whittaker
Avenue, Richmond, TW9 1TP
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Please note

We often have learning workshops which start before the Museum opens which means the exhibition area will not be accessible until 12noon

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