The Museum of Brands in London has released details of a special teacher event which will aim to provide information on educational visits.
The event will take place on 19th February between 5.30pm and 7.30pm and is free for teachers. You can book your place on the website here
What will the event involve?
The interactive teachers evening will aim to inspire different ways in which teachers and students can connect with real examples of branding, marketing and advertising, and how this can be tied into school study.
During the evening, teachers will have access to talks about the top skills students need to become successful in branding and marketing professions.
They will also get the chance to trial the hands-on activities that the museum has to offer for educational visits. Access to the displays and exhibitions will also be open to attendees, to help them get a taste for what a visit could entail.
The museum’s learning team will also be on-hand to discuss how a visit to the museum can be embedded into students’ study.
Plus, teachers will get to know practical information about booking and taking a class.
About the Museum of Brands
The Museum of Brands showcases and tells the history of some of the best loved and popular brands and packaging items.
Students visiting will get to engage with an archive of around 150 years of branding and packaging history, as well as contemporary brands and topics too.
School visits can include interactive workshops, with sessions suitable for different Key Stages. There are also downloadable resources available for students to use before, during and after a visit.
For more information, visit www.museumofbrands.com/learning.