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About the LMA Schools programme
The Engagement and Learning team are committed to increasing the awareness of archives and their potential for education, in an environment of collaboration, learning and fun. We provide an exciting range of free workshops suitable for Key Stages 1 to 4 and sixth form students, covering a broad range of topics, including history, geography, citizenship and literacy, following closely with education standards, such as the National Curriculum.
The educational workshops give schools opportunities to conduct in-depth investigations into topic areas that combine local and national history and to use this research to inspire creative activities. Skill development opportunities include communication through synthesising and presenting information by writing for the web and digital. Thinking skills, analytical, and critical thinking skills from working with primary and secondary historical sources. Creative skills from creative writing inspired by historical sources.
School Visits Fund
The School Visits Fund helps young people experience the benefits of learning outside the classroom. If you’re a teacher, youth group leader, or you work with school-age children, you can receive up to £300 towards the cost of a visit to one of 21 inspiring venues in the Culture Mile Learning partnership.
Don’t Just take Our Word for it
Participating schools have described sessions as having...
"a very good range of activities appropriate to the topic and the level of the class"
"the chance to engage with first-hand, primary sources of information is always an enjoyable and engaging opportunity for the children"
Looking for something Bespoke?
All our workshops and activities can be tailored to fit the needs of school and college groups, youth groups and home educated children. From bespoke single sessions to in-depth exploration of themes over longer periods, students will be inspired by working with original local history resources. If you would like to discuss something with the Team, then please contact us.
You can also whole host of resources to support your classroom teaching on Learning Resources Page
Contact the LMA Learning Team
- 020 7332 3820