Key Stage 5 and above
The War in the Air, 1914 - 1918
In our dynamic First World War in the Air exhibition, students will learn about the development of the Royal Flying Corps using primary artefacts, investigate the role of aerial photography using the Museum's vast collection of primary sources and consider the impact of the strategic bombing by Germany of British towns.
This session perfectly supports teaching of the History A-Level topic "The British Experience of Warfare, c1790 - 1918".
Public Perception to War on the Western Front
Study a range of documents relating to the changing British attitudes to the War on the Western Front.
This session perfectly supports teaching of the History A-Level topic "The British Experience of Warfare, c1790 - 1918", and strengthens students' ability to use relevant sources critically.
A Level and Above
Learn how the museum markets itself and functions as a business through a presentation and Q & A session.
Leisure and Tourism
See how the museum operates in the leisure and tourism sector with a presentation, Q & A session and a SWOT analysis exercise.
Discover developments in aviation and engineering with a guided tour round part of our collection.
Tailor made sessions for students taking museum studies courses. Please call to discuss your requirements or email us.
All of our Key Stage 5 and above sessions:
Are led by Museum staff
Last approximately 45 minutes to an hour
Are suitable for classes of up to 30 students