Summer term

We're having to do things a little differently for schools at the moment. Here's what we can offer – to engage and inspire while staying as safe as possible.

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All about impact

We're keen for all students to have enriched and exciting learning experiences in difficult times.

Taking bookings soon

Our schools programme will be back in June and July.

We’re still busy finalising our plans but expect live streams, ‘at your school’ sessions and some dedicated days for schools to visit our museums.

Join our Teachers’ Network and we’ll email you as soon as bookings open.

Or if you have any questions, email [email protected] and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

Online resources

We’re still here to support you and your pupils during lockdown with our range of online learning resources. Explore topics from prehistory to Roman London, the Great Fire of London to London’s LGBT+ history.

Looking for something particular? An image, or an object? Try searching our collections! This wasn’t built for schools but it might have what you need.

Stay engaged

Explore our wealth of learning resources, created by expert authors and crammed full of historical facts, insights and interactive learning opportunities.

Fun learning at home

Encourage your pupils to learn and play at home with our range of fun home learning activities, many of which aren’t reliant on a digital device.

a compilation of images of our various digital resources for families to use at home.

Playful activities

From puppet-making to museum top trumps, we've got bags of resources, games and suggestions to inspire curiosity and creativity.

For SEND schools

We know that you'll have specific needs, and we’d love to know how we can best support you when we're able to again.

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Museum of London

Bespoke projects

Let's work together to plan projects tailored to your students' needs, offering them a truly enriching experience.

For supplementary schools

We know that lockdown has been hard for many volunteer-run organisations. We're keen to help.

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Keeping in touch

We'd love to hear about what you've been doing during lockdown and how we can work together in future.