SEND Quiet Day
The perfect opportunity for SEND school groups to explore our museum. Come and join us!
On Tuesday 16 November, SEND students will have the Museum of London all to themselves.
Groups will be invited to explore the museum to discover the rich history of London at their own pace. We'll also provide a sensory breakout space, tailored drop-in activities and a dedicated quiet lunch space for each group.
As part of your visit, groups can also book a short optional immersive workshop, inspired by London’s varied and vibrant past and exploring what it means to be a Londoner.
We support visits from SLD/PLMD, autism specialist and all other SEND schools and units.
Up to 10-12 students from each school
10am-3pm (though groups are free to leave before then), Tuesday 16 November
How to book this session
Spaces are limited, so for further information or to request a booking, please email: [email protected]
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