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Teachers' Zone

A teaching class in the 1870 drawing room

The museum closed on 7 January 2018 for a two-year transformational re-development and is scheduled to reopen in early 2020. While the museum is closed the learning and engagement team will be embarking on an exciting outreach programme across a range of audiences. 

Schools' Outreach Programme: Spring 2018 onwards

Our handling collection contains objects found in the home over the last 400 years and can be used to support classroom based learning across the curriculum at all key stages.

The programme has been designed so that you can choose the objects and themes to best reflect your curriculum whether you are exploring a particular time period or how a certain theme has changed over time.

Download a copy of our Schools’ Outreach Programme.

Online resources

 

These resources can also be used independently in the classroom in conjunction with our Virtual Tour or 360 views.

Useful information

View our Terms and Conditions 

Download our Risk Assessment Guidelines 

View our Child Protection Policy and Child Protection Procedures

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Arts Award Supporter

A self-directed or facilitated visit to the museum can support your Arts Award, using our collections, objects and exhibitions as inspiration. For more information on how we can support your Arts Award please contact the Bookings Co-ordinator on 020 7739 9893 or email: bookings@geffrye-museum.org.uk

Keep up to date

Sign up to our teachers' e-newsletter to receive regular programme updates, special offers, invites to teachers' events and to trial new sessions with your class.

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CPD and INSET training

We offer whole school Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and INSETs. To find out more click here or email: bookings@geffrye-museum.org.uk

Additional learning resources

Kids' Zone

History of learning at the Geffrye Museum

The Geffrye Museum has been inspiring visitors for nearly one hundred years and pioneered museum education in the 1930s. Read more.