Learning guide- St. Barbe Museum & Art Gallery

Learning guide- St. Barbe Museum & Art Gallery
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    CONTACT US: We are always happy to discuss your requirements, either over the phone or face to face. For enquiries about St. Barbe Museum please contact: learning@stbarbe-museum.org.uk or rebecca.parrant@hampshireculturaltrust.org.uk 01590 676969 www.stbarbe-museum.org.uk

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    ST. BARBE MUSEUM & ART GALLERY LEARNING PROGRAMME FOR SCHOOLS & GROUPS

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    ST.BARBE MUSEUM & ART GALLERY New Street, Lymington, SO41 9BH www.stbarbe-museum.org.uk 01590 676969

    WELCOME TO ST. BARBE MUSEUM & ART GALLERY

    We offer immersive, enjoyable and memorable learning experiences aimed at supporting the teaching of History, Science, English, Geography and Art & Design. All workshops are delivered by our team of Interpreter Demonstrators who have experience working with children and young people in arts & heritage settings. If you would like help planning your visit, please contact the Learning & Engagement team on 01590 676969.

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    TELLING TALES : LIFE IN THE PAST A flexible session which can be tailored around different themes. Explore life before electricity and changes to everyday materials using museum collections and hands-on activities. Curriculum Link History: changes within living memory English: develop reading skills and vocabulary

    TOYS IN THE PAST A fantastic introduction to a range of toys from the past, drawing comparisons between modern & old toys and how they were made. Curriculum link History: changes within living memory Science: everyday materials

    SEASIDE HOLIDAYS IN THE PAST Using old photographs and postcards from the local area, discover how seaside holidays have changed through interactive and hands-on activities. Curriculum Link History: changes within living memory History: a local history study

    MYSTERY AT HURST CASTLE (THE TUDORS) A hands on session using replica Tudor objects to uncover the story of a Master Gunner at Hurst Castle. Includes costume and role play. Curriculum Link History: a local history study English: develop reading skills and vocabulary

    SELF GUIDED VISITS? School groups are welcome to have a FREE self-led visit to the Museum & Art Gallery, however please book your visit in advance.

    KS1 PROGRAMME

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    FANTASTIC FOSSIL A chance to learn about pre-historic fossils and how they form. During the session groups will handle real dinosaur bones & create their own fossils using plaster of paris. Curriculum link Science: rocks Geography: physical geography

    LIFE ON A HILL FORT Learn about Buckland Rings Hill Fort with the chance to explore the site and learn about the Iron Age settlements during this time. Curriculum link History: changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. History: a local history study

    THE SMUGGLERS OF LYMINGTON Uncover the secret work of a smuggler and learn about this local and lucrative trade in Lymington through a variety of hands on activities and exploration of the museum.

    Curriculum link History: a local history study English: competent in the arts of speaking and listening

    KS2 PROGRAMME

    MUSEUM MAKERS Discover how museums bring history to life through the artefacts we care for. Children work in teams to design their own mini museum display. Strong links to literacy, we can

    also tailor to specific topics.

    Curriculum link English: developing writing skills History: develop understanding of chronological history

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    Explore: Connect: Create This is our creative offer to schools and colleges. Using our changing gallery

    programme, museum displays and collections as a stimulus, pupils are

    given opportunities to respond through creative activities and discussions.

    From developing sketchbooks to print-making to creating mini-

    museums we can work with teachers and lecturers to create an engaging

    experience at the museum.

    KS2KS4 Programme

    These creative sessions developed for schools and groups are centred around our temporary exhibitions displayed in the main gallery. During the session participants will be encouraged to look at the art work in a more critical way, identifying the differing art styles, whilst also developing their own artistic opinions. This will be drawn out through group discussions and hands-on art activities. The format is adaptable across the age groups and links to the curriculum from KS1-KS4. We can also offer sketch book making activities and drawing exercises which are designed to support and develop art skills. Curriculum Link Art: evaluate and analyse creative works English: listening, discussing and expressing views

    SELF GUIDED VISITS? School groups are welcome to have a FREE self-led visit to the Museum & Art Gallery, however please book your visit in advance.

    An English Idyll 25 April 6 June

    Shorelines: Artists of the South Coast 19 September 9 January

    MUST SEE EXHIBITIONS FOR 2015

    ST. BARBE ART PROGRAMME

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    All sessions must be booked in advance, including self-guided visits When arranging your visit please provide at least two preferred dates along with the number of classes and pupils Maximum number of pupils per class is 33 Lunch space available to hire Pocket money items available in the gift shop, please ensure children are supervised Copies of our Risk Assessment are available but group leaders should complete their own assessment during a pre-visit Minimum adult to child ratios: Primary 1:6, Secondary 1:10

    All our programmes can be adapted to meet the needs of individuals visiting the museum. St. Barbe Museum & Art Gallery has ramp access to the side of the building for wheelchair users & full access details of the building can be viewed via www.disabledgo.com. Please call to discuss your individual or group needs and we can create an engaging, inclusive and affordable programme 01590 676969.

    BOOKING INFORMATON

    ACCESSIBILITY

    For more information visit www.stbarbe-museum.org.uk

    or call us today on 01590 676969; alternatively, sign up on

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    Self-Guided Visits Self-guided visits to St. Barbe Museum and Art Gallery are FREE for Schools. Museum Led Sessions All our sessions cost 35.00 per hour (1.06 per pupil based on 33 pupils) and sessions can last from 1 hour to a whole day programme.

    ST.BARBE SCHOOL MEMBER? Alternatively why not sign up for a St. Barbe Membership this entitles schools within New Forest District Council to: School Membership Option 1 - 3 half day facilitated sessions, in the museum or classroom - 20% off any additional facilitated sessions booked - 2 family day tickets to the museum for raffle prizes 150.00 per year School Membership Option 2 - 6 free half day facilitated sessions, in the museum or classroom - 20% off any additional facilitated sessions booked - 4 family day tickets to the museum for raffle prizes 275.00 per year

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