- Bradwell Mill
- Local History
The Museum provides a wide range of services for schools and colleges designed to help teachers supplement and enhance their classroom study curricula.
Teachers and lecturers are invited to contact us to discuss their specific requirements. The Museum's Director and Education Liaison Officer will be able to advise teachers on the services available and how they can best be used to augment and supplement a wide range of study topics, including National Curriculum, GCSE, A Level and post school courses.
Services include School Visits and Loan Items.
The Museum can help with projects. A greater commitment is required from teachers and their students, and pre-planning and co-ordination with Museum staff is essential.
Subjects might relate to some aspect of the Museum's work, such as conservation or public information. Schools may choose to make use of the Museum for research into some aspect of local social history or for studies in art, design & technology, natural history and so on.
Projects activities can be supplemented by School Visits and Loan Items.
The Museum is developing a wider range of resources for use by teachers and students. Museum staff are able to work with teachers to develop resource materials for use during visits or in the classroom. There is no charge for this service.
For further information about our education programme contact the Education Liaison Officer.