School visits to Andover Museum
We are currently developing an exciting new range of sessions for schools at Andover Museum to support the changes to the National Curriculum.
All sessions last 2 hours, are facilitated by a specially trained member of our team and are for one class.
Sessions £52 (£26 per hour).
For more information on our new sessions, contact us at the Museum Tues – Fri on 01264 366283
First World War Commemorations
To accompany our special exhibition Soldiers’ Journey – From to home to war 1914 – 1918, which runs until 11 January 2015, we are offering the following sessions:
Hampshire’s War – The People’s Journey
This session has been developed to compliment our exhibition Soldiers’ Journey – from home to war 1914 – 1918, which runs 11 October 2014 – 11 January 2015. Pupils will have the chance to use a range of historic sources to explore the past including photographs, artefacts and documents. The session also includes some time exploring the exhibition. For KS2, lasting 2 hours.
What are we remembering on Remembrance Day?
Using Susan Varley’s book Badger’s Parting Gifts as a focus, this session has series of hands-on activities to help children understand the significance of Remembrance Day and explore ways of remembering. For KS1, lasting 1.5 hours. We recommend you extend your visit to 2 hours and spend time after your session visiting the exhibition.
Pupils will receive a letter before their visit asking them to form a special Committee to help commemorate the people of Hampshire who died in the First World War as part of 2014’s centenary commemorations*. Through a series of activities, pupils will consider different types of commemoration and remembrance, from the traditional memorial to the contemporary wristband. For KS2, lasting 1.5 hours. We recommend you extend your visit to 2 hours and spend time after your session visiting the exhibition. *We can tailor your letter so it is more locally-focussed.
Andover’s Workhouse Scandal – Key Stage 2
Andover’s Workhouse Scandal explores the circumstances that led to Andover’s Union Workhouse making headline news in 1846. Children use a range of historical sources and evidence from the inquiry into the events to uncover the past.
Andover’s Home Front – Key Stage 2
Andover’s Home Front focuses children on life in and around the town during WW2, using artefacts and themes like rationing and evacuation.
Andover Museum has toilets for visitors.
A room for eating lunch can be made available, but must be booked prior to your visit.
Our small Gift Shop has a range of items available at pocket money prices.