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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 the workshops focus on local case studies and are led by Learning Officer, who has over ten years of experience of working with schools in museums. So you can sit back, and enjoy the workshop with your class!
Workshops are only £3 per student for LBRuT Funded Schools, £4 per student for non-LBRuT Funded Schools.
Click on the links below to download the booklet for the Learning Workshops and Resources booklet for your year group, which contain complete outlines of the workshops and their curriculum links.
Year 1 – Museum of Richmond Workshops and Resources
Year 2 – Museum of Richmond Workshops and Resources
Year 3 – Museum of Richmond Workshops and Resources
Year 4 – Museum of Richmond Workshops and Resources
Year 5 – Museum of Richmond Workshops and Resources
Year 6 – Museum of Richmond Workshops and Resources
Between September 2019 and December 2019 we will be offering special workshops linked to our exhibition Celebrating 800 Years of St Mary Magdalene At The Heart of Richmond.
Click here to find out more about the full and half day workshops and how they link to the national Curriculum
Our loans boxes are packed full of handling objects and case studies for you to use in the classroom, for only £15 a week, £60 a half term, or £120 for a term.
Victorian and Edwardian Homes
Victorian Medicine: Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole
World War One
World War One: 1916 Case Studies
World War Two: The Home Front, 1939-45
Can’t make it to the Museum? We can come to you! We can deliver our workshops at your school for only £3/4 per student , plus travel expenses to and from your school from the Museum.
Covid 19 Safe Workshops from Sept 2020
From September 2020 the Museum of Richmond will initially be running it’s school workshops as outreach sessions.
For more information about our Covid 19 safety measures please find our Covid 19 Risk Assessment here.
To find out more or to book an outreach session please contact the
Learning Officer: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call: 020 8332 1141
You can now visit the Museum without booking!
Whilst we are excited to welcome you, there are measures in place to ensure your visit is as safe as possible.