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Secondary and post-16 sessions

At Home in Tudor London secondary school session at the Geffrye

At Home in Tudor London

Key Stage 3 History

Design and Tech session for secondary schools at the Geffrye Museum

Design in Context

Key Stages 3 / 4 Design and Technology

'Tailor Made' sessions at the Geffrye Museum for secondary classes

'Tailor Made' sessions

Key Stages 3 / 4 and post - 16 Cross Curricular

A parlour in 1745 at the Geffrye Museum of the Home

Georgian Home Life;
Upstairs, Downstairs

Key Stage 3 History

Victorian Home Life session

Victorian Home Life; Upstairs, Downstairs

Key Stage 3 History 

Writers in Rooms secondary school session at the Geffrye

Writers in Rooms

Key Stage 3 / 4 English 

Art and Design secondary session for schools at the Geffrye

Essential Sketchbooks

Key Stage 3 / 4 and post -16 Art and Design

Tudor ipad session at the Geffrye Museum


Key Stage 3 Cross Curricular 
Ipad teaching session at the Geffrye Museum


Key Stage 3 Cross Curricular
Writing Home project at the Geffrye Museum

Writing Home Project

Key Stage 2 and 3 

Previous Sessions are also available to book

The 1900 House

The Geffrye supports teachers in delivering the new National Curriculum from September 2014.  Our collection is ideally suited to fostering an understanding of chronology and context. New sessions have been devised for all year groups. Preview the Secondary sessions here. 

Tudor, Georgian, Victorian and 20th Century INSETS will be available on specific dates once a term from September 2014 to familiarise secondary teachers with the new historical periods.

Your group will be able to contextualise primary source material and handling objects in front of our period rooms and extend their knowledge through investigation and creative activity in our purpose-built studios.

Our experienced team of museum professionals, historians and artists offer inspiring and interactive sessions which provide the perfect opportunity to enhance and support the curriculum and school-based projects.

Sessions can be adapted to suit your groups’ requirements and we are happy to fit in with your approach if you are working on a particular project. We are usually able to host an entire year-group by rotating activities around the museum and gardens. Alternatively we can arrange access to our archive for smaller study groups.


For further visit information and a full list of session charges please click here.

Please telephone 0207 749 6044 or email Kelly Robinson to discuss your requirements. 


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