Browse our programme of learning activities for children aged 16-18. All learning activities are free, but should be booked in advance by phoning the Museum booking team on +44 (0)20 7942 5555.
Information for schools planning a visit to the Britain: One Million Years of the Human Story exhibition.
Challenge your students with this hands-on workshop that explores the evolutionary relationships between present day Homo sapiens and ancient humans, applying analytical techniques used by Museum scientists.
Find out who you really are and where you come from in our innovative, interactive film about evolution, narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
Plunge your students into the fiery debate surrounding Darwin's theory of evolution with our unique activity for Key Stage 4.
Our self-led discovery guides and new Explore and Discover series are a great way to see the galleries while supporting National Curriculum learning.
Immerse yourself in the Cocoon experience, a brand new journey through the Darwin Centre. This interactive and visually stunning experience will inspire your students to look at the variety of life in a different way.
Get the most out of your visit to the Darwin Centre Cocoon with these curriculum-linked activities.