From getting hands on with objects from our Learning Collection, to trying on costumes and learning about the past, the V&A Museum of Childhood is the place to bring students to experience inspirational learning.
Our secondary schools and colleges programme is designed to give students advice and practical hands-on sessions with objects from the learning collection with linked questions to inspire discussion.
To book sessions, workshops and events detailed below contact our Learning Administrator on 020 8983 5205 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The following teaching sessions led by a member of the formal learning team, are available: 1 hour at £78 for groups of up to 30. Larger groups can be accommodated on request. Please ring our Learning Administrator on 0208 983 5205
Social Construction of Childhood
An illustrated talk with images of childhood, followed by work in small groups with objects from the learning collection and a linked enquiry question to inspire discussion. Ideal for Sociology students, this session can be appropriately differentiated to complement modules in both A level and GCSE Sociology.
The Importance of Play for Young Children
A short illustrated talk based on the Museum’s collections, followed by activities exploring the role of the adult, and the learning outcomes for children’s play, with reference to the Statutory Framework
This session is appropriate for groups studying:
GCSE Health and Social Care
BTEC qualifications in Children’s Care, Learning and Development
City & Guilds, CACHE and other childcare qualifications