- Bradwell Mill
- Local History
WE CAN HELP
We can help you cover the history units in the curriculum.
A visit to Milton Keynes Museum can provide an interesting way to develop Schemes of Work for Primary and Secondary history without overloading the curriculum. Housed in a Victorian farmhouse we can cover many of the Units.
THEMES AND SCHEMES
There are interesting social history exhibits showing Victorian life from:
- Parlour to Pantry
- School to Shopping
- Wagons and Crafts
- Trams and Trains
These exhibits link closely to the Schemes of Work for Primary History:
- How are our toys different from those in the past?
- How did life change in our locality in Victorian times?
- What were homes like a long time ago?
- What was it like for children in the Second World War?
- What was it like for children living in Victorian times?
Through displays of agricultural and industrial machinery we can support Unit 11 (Year 8) with themes such as "Industrial Changes (Action - Reaction)" linking to 9c "Personal Places, Public Places" in the Art and Design Scheme of Work.
GCSE AND BEYOND
For GCSE and A level students, Museum staff are happy to discuss how the we can help with projects.
The Education staff at the Museum are always willing to discuss with teachers the topics being taught and how the Museum can help.
Please contact us to find out more.