Rotherham and Sheffield have some fantastic heritage sites and a wide range of fun and engaging education activities for schools to go with them. We are excited to be working with Museums Sheffield, Rotherham Heritage Services and Sheffield Industrial Museums Trust to offer teachers a one stop shop for finding out about heritage education in the local area. Whether children are studying Egyptians, Romans, Tudors, Victorians or anything in between, we’ve probably got it covered.
Last week we launched the Learning with Heritage project at the ESCAL conference, presenting our education offer to teachers and giving them a sample of our activities. Teacher’s got to hear the story Ironie, embalm an Egyptian mummy, swing a Roman sword and make Tudor lavender bags as well as being provided with one of our wall charts – a way to see at a glance the education sessions.
If you would like one of our Learning with Heritage wall charts then please email our Education Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org
More about each site and the education sessions we offer can be found on the Learning with Heritage leaflet or by visiting out websites:
Museums Sheffield: www.museums-sheffield.org.uk/learning/schools-and-colleges
Rotherham Heritage Services: www.rotherham.gov.uk
Sheffield Industrial Museums Trust: www.simt.co.uk
Sheffield Manor Lodge: www.manorlodge.org.uk