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Key stage 3 – National Museums Liverpool

Bring education to life for students in key stage 3 through a series of specially designed sessions at National Museums Liverpool. These all link to the national curriculum and can also support: communication, language, expressive arts, design, literacy, economic, personal, social and emotional development, and understanding of the world.

Workshops on understanding transatlantic slavery and everyday life in West Africa are now available at the International Slavery Museum, while other sessions on bugs and rock pool creatures can be booked at the World Museum.

Created for students aged between 11-14 , these sessions are part of a range of opportunities to support classroom learning at museums and galleries.

To find out more or to book your place, visit the Key Stage 3 bookings page

National Museums Liverpool is also an Arts Award Centre.

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Information

Organisation:

National Museums Liverpool

Type of offer:

Trip out of school

Key Stage:

3

Cost:

£Varies - some free, some chargeable: please check website

Session length:

Various - see website

Nature of activity or art form:

Museums

Subject or curriculum focus:

English Geography History PSHE SMSC Science Art citizenship economics

Outcomes for children & young people:

Raised aspirations Raised attainment Learning about equality and diversity Global/international learning