What's on - schools 2012-13
- Museum-led sessions or at your school (see below)
- Videoconferencing (see below)
- Self-directed visits (includes resources to download)
All sessions provided by the Museum are FREE. A charge is made for sessions run by other organisations, which is indicated in the session descriptions. If no cost is listed the session is FREE.
Primary schools are requested to initially only book one free session per class per term.
Teachers resources 2012-13
Looking for teachers resources to download to support a pre-booked session? Search for your session in the database below and you'll find the resources at the bottom of the page about that session.
Visit the Sainsbury Archive and meet Alf Turner to find out about life as a grocer in the late 1940s and about food and rationing after the Second Wor
William Ware: War artist (KS2)
Practical art and gallery session (Museum of London Docklands)
Examine Ware's war paintings in depth with a museum educator, followed by a practical art workshop where pupils can create their own paintings.
Through drama explore the concerns and reasons for Caribbean migration to London. Consider the implications of London becoming a multicultural City.
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