The Story Museum in Oxford will reopen on 4th April following a £6 million development of the storytelling space’s installations and galleries.
In the latest issue you'll find museums, historical sites and castles marking VE Day anniversary in 2020, Science inspiration, help planning trips for SEND pupils along with all the School Travel Awards winnners plus much more!
There’s no better way to bring history to life for your class than by heading away from the classroom. And with so many places to choose from in the UK, we’re spoilt for choice. Here are just a handful of English Heritage attractions for starters.
To coincide with Children’s Mental Health Week, we’ve picked out just some of the amazing places across the UK which promote a positive frame of mind through outdoor learning.
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The capital is filled with museums, historical venues and one-of-a-kind sites linked to learning outside the classroom.
Take Tudor learning outside of the classroom with educational activities at these four exciting sites.
Planning where to take your class to celebrate national Shakespeare Week in 2020? Here are some top activities and attractions for schools.
The team at Lincoln Cathedral have invited educators to learn about its upcoming opportunities for schools at a free event.
The Monument to the Great Fire of London will host a range of activities across the 2019-2020 academic term, covering a different subjects to get children thinking about the historic disaster in the capital.
Excite and inspire your pupils with a visit to Kew, the world-leading botanic garden.
Beamish is an award-winning open air museum which vividly recreates life in North East England in the early 1800s, early 1900s and 1940.
The Powell-Cotton Museum combines amazing collections, a stunning house and extensive gardens.