The National Centre for Citizenship and Law (NCCL) has announced that it will host an Education Open Evening at the Galleries of Justice Museum in Nottingham this September.
The NCCL learning team in Nottingham is hosting an Education Open Evening on Wednesday 21st September from 4.15pm to 6.15pm at the Galleries of Justice Museum, based in the Lace Market.
The CPD event is described as being particularly useful for school trip organisers and teachers of History, Citizenship and PHSE.
This event is open to teachers and educators across all key stages and is designed to showcase the broad opportunities on offer for educational visits to the museum.
Teachers and school travel organisers attending the event will be able to discover the range of workshops available, and learn about how they link to the curriculum and can help enhance both academic and social skills.
Participants will also get to hear about some of the changes taking place at the museum and new upcoming activities for school groups.
Speakers and new spaces
The learning team and senior curator will be discussing the museum redevelopment project and will be on hand to answer any questions throughout the event.
The curator will also guide visitors through the museum spaces to explore some of these plans – so teachers will gather an understanding of what the museum spaces have to offer educational groups.
In addition, there will be the chance to sign up to free workshops at the museum funded by the Parliament Education Service.
All attendees will receive a free glass of wine or a soft drink and a goody bag.
To book a free place or to find out more about this event e-mail Eleanor.Bond@nccl.org.uk or visit www.nccl.org.uk.