Schools can learn about a newly discovered Iron Age warrior at the Novium Museum in Chichester, and pair a visit with a themed workshop.
Discover how a day at the gallery inspired a whole class to become more interested in Art.
Teach children how to be safety aware at Safety Central in Cheshire.
We hear from Wyche CE Primary School on their trip to Herefordshire residential centre, Oaker Wood.
Legoland Discovery Centre offer hands-on learning across the primary curriculum, while building and reinforcing skills including collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking and problem solving.
Oaker Wood is a highlight for Year 6 at the Wyche CE Primary School in Malvern.
Pupils from Sir Francis Hill Community Primary School joined employees at Lincoln Cathedral as part of Takeover Day.
Beamish is an award-winning open air museum which vividly recreates life in North East England in the early 1800s, early 1900s and 1940.
Hunting a woolly mammoth, foraging for food and building a shelter were part of an engaging day out that transported a group of pupils back to the Stone Age.
Fresh air, team activities and exposure to the working world made for a trip to remember for 39 pupils from Flora Gardens Primary School in London.
Blists Hill Victorian Town is one of the 10 award-winning museums in the heart of the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site.
The new poetry workshop, aimed at KS2 pupils, are in line with the Primary school English curriculum.
Opened in 2015 after a £10 million restoration, exciting KS2 workshops are available at the Lion Salt Works Museum.
The pupils from Winton Primary School in King’s Cross visited Lee Valley Park Farms to meet the animals and learn about how milk is made during a Field to Fridge guided tour.
Set over three fully accessible floors, this fascinating museum explores the story of the Pilgrim Fathers and their journey aboard the Mayflower to America in 1620.
Boost your student’s learning at Monkey World – Ape Rescue Centre, where a dedicated education team can lead your class in a curriculum-focused workshop or talk.
The museum in London has recently introduced a new school session to its educational programme which ties in with Science and Engineering.
Pupils from a school in County Durham witnessed an epic outdoor show from both sides of the auditorium.
Conveniently situated at King’s Cross, the only London museum of inland waterways is also an industrial museum that looks at the intriguing history of London’s ice trade.