We are an award winning museum learning service providing hands-on and engaging learning experiences for foundation, primary and secondary schools pupils.
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Here is our unique learning offer to schools.
Hands-on and engaging workshops across four different venues in North Lincolnshire including North Lincolnshire Museum, Normanby Hall Country Park, Baysgarth House Museum and Waters’ Edge Country Park
Outreach workshops and themed experiences at your school
Loans service with themed boxes to complement your workshops
Learning experiences tailored to the needs of your school pupils
Workshops evaluated by teachers and school pupils to ensure we provide a consistent high service
We have a Learning Outside the Classroom Quality Badge, which assures teachers that we offer quality learning experiences and manage risk effectively
We have received the North Lincolnshire Communication and Interaction Charter Mark
Shortlisted for Shine a Light award which showcases excellent practice around support children and young people’s communication development
Why book with us?
KS1 teacher from Barton St Peters Cof E Primary School, Barton Upon Humber.
‘Excellent delivery. Age appropriate. Good use of language and excellent hands on experience. Absolutely brilliant!
KS1 teacher from Sheep Dip Lane Primary School, South Yorkshire.
‘The delivery was excellent and of a very high standard. The children thoroughly enjoyed pretending to be different servants and they now understand what life was like in the past’.
KS2 teacher from Driffield Junior School, East Yorkshire.
‘Children had plenty to do – very active learning at a good pace. They enjoyed working in small groups and cooperating’.
Grace Windle, Specialist Speech and Language Therapist, St Hugh's Communication and Interaction Specialist College
‘The Museum Service has been now recognised locally and nationally as being a good example of how to adapt their communication and interaction practice to meet the needs of all.’
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