School visits

Junior Curator

Our learning programme for schools supports the National Curriculum and encourages the usage of objects, photographs and paintings as a learning resource.

We offer school sessions based in the permanent collection of Burgh House & Hampstead Museum linked to local history. All sessions include object handling, discussion and a self-guided trail for the museum.

All sessions can be tailored for EYFS, KS 1-3 and special education needs.

 

Burgh House in times of Dr. Gibbons

National Curriculum links: History

Key Stage 1 & 2

Come and learn the insides of Burgh House, who lived in here, how did they lived and why they were important for Hampstead. In this session children will have the opportunity to discuss and learn about general local history from 18th century to the Victorian period. This session includes access to the museum.

Duration: 60 mins

Price: Free

 

Hampstead: streets, heaths and landmarks

National Curriculum links:Geography, English, Art and Design

Key Stage 1 & 2

Discover how Hampstead has changed throughout history. In this session children will have the opportunity to compare and discuss about a variety of paintings of the collection focusing of human and physical geographical features of the landscape. This session includes access to the museum and learning resources.

Duration: 80 mins

Price: £40

 

First World War in Hampstead

National Curriculum links: History, Mathematics, and English

Key Stage 2 

Explore objects, photographs and documents from the first World War. This session where children will have the chance to compare and discuss about a variety of historical objects from the collection focusing on the stories of local people. This session includes access to the museum and learning resources.

Duration: 80 mins

Price: £40

 

Life around the ponds

National Curriculum links: History, Science and English

Key Stage 1 & 2

Book with us a session of social history and science, where children not only will learn the importance of the ponds and the “Chalybeate” water for Hampstead, but also will experience how keeping our water clean and unpolluted is crucial for life. The students will have the opportunity to handle some objects from the collection as well as dive in an interactive science activity. This session includes access to the museum and learning resources.

Duration: 80 mins

Price: £40

 

For schools and group bookings, activities or education enquiries please get in touch with our Learning and Access Officer, Maria Gomez-Diez: maria.gd@burghhouse.org.uk

 

 

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