Creative, stimulating and inclusive workshop experiences promote value and enjoyment of learning across the curriculum; the universal appeal of the Exhibition will inspire and engage children at all stages in education, from KS1 through to AS/A2 Levels. Workshops, educational shows, hands-on displays and interactive areas will all inspire and excite young minds. A full, cross-curricular linked education programme, delivered by an expert team, will enhance educational visits.
Why you should bring your school:
Take advantage of a FREE education programme offering unique learning experiences to commemorate the First World War Centenary
Take part in creative, stimulating, hands-on, cross-curricular activities
View and handle rare and unique artefacts
Visit a 5-star rated exhibition
What can you do on your visit?
There are three different types of activities available:
- Discovery Visit in the main exhibition gallery
- Hands-on creative workshops in the Trench Education room
- Trench Time Detectives
Each activity lasts 45 minutes. You can choose one or a combination of activities to make up your visit. To get the most out of the visit, we recommend you try at least one of each of the above options.
A Discovery Visit is a guided tour, with activities, of the Remembering 1916 – Life on the Western Front exhibition. This will help young people learn more about the key events and themes of the First World War, including the Treaty of Versailles and women's suffrage.
A programme of creative, stimulating and inclusive curriculum-linked workshops has been developed to ensure your students get the most out of their visit. The exciting and hands-on learning experience caters for pupils of all ages and abilities.
Trench Time Detectives (Curriculum Links: History, Science)
Whatever the weather, pupils can experience the multi-sensory learning opportunity of a replica British trench.
"A fascinating...extraordinary exhibition" The Sunday Telegraph
"...one of the best exhibitions of the year" Londonist
"Quite an extraordinary array of original artefacts from the War, thoughtfully and professionally displayed...and all in a school!" Hornsby House School
"Informative, inspiring environment and a variety of resources/teaching methods used" Cumnor House School
“…wonderful exhibition…the children were really inspired. Handling artefacts brought it all to life for them” Forestdale Primary School
For more information or to make a booking, please contact:
Sarah Salmon, Education Programme Co-Ordinator, on 020 8633 9932
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note we can take up to 60 pupils in each activity.