Teaching and learning
During 2013 the Museum is closed to the public and school groups while essential roof repair work is completed. The adjoining Pitt Rivers Museum of anthropology and archaeology remains open throughout.
The elephant is packed away
Our Education service continues with an expanded and targeted outreach programme, reaching primary, secondary and special educational needs (SEN) audiences across the region. For more information about what we are doing see the Schools and teachers section.
To contact the Education team please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Behind-the-scenes tours for adults are running during the closure. For more information about this and other special Study Days see Whatís on.
Donít forget to visit the Learning Zone, our range of online educational resources designed for Key Stage 2 upwards. In the Learning Zone you will find information about the Museumís collections on a wide range of topics. There are also games, trails, and art and craft resources.
Learning More provides resources for older students, researchers and life-long learners, including scientific articles on aspects of the collections, online displays, and biographies of our most famous collectors.