We run a number of events for teachers throughout the year. This includes networking and consultation, subject specific training and project development days.
Remaking Beamish – Development Days for GCSE Secondary Teachers
‘Crime and Punishment’ Development Day for Secondary Teachers
Date: Tuesday 28th February, 9.30am – 3.45pm
‘Medicine Through Time’ Development Day for Secondary Teachers
Date: Wednesday 8th March, 9.30am – 3.45pm
If you are teaching one of these themes at GCSE level, join us and find out more about new opportunities for learning at the museum.
- Learn about funding available to help bring students to the museum
- Experience a hands-on immersive activity
- Learn about new exhibits planned through Remaking Beamish
- Help guide developments at the museum
- Learn about our collections
- Plan a visit – Motivate students with an immersive enquiry-based experience
Through ‘Remaking Beamish’, we aim to extend what we currently offer by tracing continuity and change from Georgian times through the Edwardian period into the 20th Century, with immersive hands-on enquiry, in structured thematic days. Students will be inspired to use a range of historical skills whilst investigating.
Funding to Support Attendance at Development Days – £100 towards supply cover. Free complimentary lunch
To book contact:
Angela Bromage – Learning Coordinator, Email: email@example.com
Tel: 0191 3704055. (Places are limited. Please book early to guarantee a place).
Complimentary Lunch – Lunch will be provided. Please mention specific dietary requirements when booking.