Schools and teachers
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.
Real World Science
The Real World Science programme is a collaborative partnership of museums with natural history collections that aims to enrich and enhance science teaching and learning at upper primary and secondary levels. At each partner museum, pupils can experience science in context and understand its relevance through inspiring educational activities. These include facilitated discussions with leading research scientists, engaging science shows and practical science workshops. Real World Science
Evolution Solutions Teacher CPD: Wednesday 13th November 2013
Evolution is entering the primary science curriculum for the first time in September 2014. Join us for a day of inspiring hands-on activities, talks and ideas for teaching evolution in your classroom. Download details
Our Education service continues with an expanded and targeted outreach programme, reaching primary, secondary and special educational needs (SEN) audiences across the region. Art loan boxes are also available for local secondary schools.
To see what we are doing for each Key Stage please choose from the sections on the left.