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How to Make a Booking
The RAF Museum Access and Learning team are excited to announce the launch of the new learning programme. As we continue to support our schools and inspire students to soar, we are now offering an exciting range of new online workshops in addition to workshops delivered on-site at the Museum. We are also accepting self-guided school visits.
Due to COVID-19, all schools must pre-book a visit through the Access and Learning Team.
When making a booking, please state clearly the bubble size that your school are working too - alongside the number of students attending. This may impact on the number of sessions required to deliver an on-site workshop to your students. Please be aware, our workshops have been formatted to adhere to government guidelines, so they may be different to sessions you have had in the past. We are currently running a reduced amount of workshops with a limited capacity of students.
We have also withdrawn from the programme those workshops which involve object handling or where it would be impossible to maintain social distancing. These will only be re-introduced when it is safe to do so.
As well as offering adapted on-site workshops, we are aware that making visits to site may not be practical for our schools. In an effort to meet the needs of our visitors, we have also developed a series of online workshops based on our existing History & STEM sessions. All sessions include an interactive questions and answers section, so you can still participate with the learning team.
In accordance with current government guidance about Covid-19 we strongly advise that you wear a face covering in our galleries, restaurant and shop, unless exempt from doing so.
You do not need to wear one when outside in our green spaces, unless it makes you more comfortable to do so. We would also ask that when in our buildings that our visitors be aware of others around them and where possible maintain a social distance of 1 metre.
Online workshops will be at a cost of £30 per workshop - online sessions include a live introduction by the team and a chance for your students to ask questions after the sessions. All sessions last between 30 minutes to an hour.
On-site workshops will be at a cost of £60 per workshop - sessions will be socially distanced and led by a member of the learning team with ample opportunity for schools to interact.