Teaching children about history through animation at Sandwich Guildhall Museum
Sandwich Guildhall Museum was privileged to host the well known children’s author Faye Beerling, as part of their ongoing development to engage new and existing audiences.
Learning Offer Development at Dover Transport Museum
MDO Micro-Consultancy support to Dover Transport Museum's development of a new Education Room and resources
St Edward’s School Western Front Living History Project: Highclere Castle Living History Project Link
St Edward’s is a Roman Catholic BESD (Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties) boys' school in Hampshire. The school's Western Front Living History Project uses a unique and extensive collection of First World War artefacts to to empower the boys to attend to their learning with renewed confidence. The project is now Working Towards Accreditation. Head of History Stephen Whelan took part in a South East Museum Development Programme supported networking event. This opened up an exciting, multifaceted partnership with Highclere Castle that is having lasting benefits.
Petersfield Museum participation in GEM Conference 'People Power: Realising the potential of volunteers, communities and partners'
Back in 2013, Amanda Harwood of Peterfield Museum was awarded a Training Bursary to take part in Group for Education in Museums (GEM) annual conference ‘People Power: Realising the potential of volunteers, communities and partners.’ Find out how this has delivered lasting benefits to the museum 18 months on, with better utilisation of volunteer support and increased partnership working with local schools and community groups.
LAInet digital technology research trip to the Museum of London
LAINet members organised a research trip to the Museum of London to learn about simple, cheap and effective digital technology that can make a museum gallery, or education workshop interactive.