Our regular e-newsletter for teachers contains the latest news about Museum events, activities and resources that can support your teaching of science and geography.
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Make the most of summer with a visit to the Museum's wildlife garden and the Sensational Butterflies exhibition.
Find out about our new exhibition, Extinction: Not the End of the world?
Follow our scientists' research through videoconferences and Meet the Scientists events at the Museum.
At the Natural History Museum Ice Rink children can get active and learn a new skill with ice skating sessions specially tailored for schools.
Access more than 650 million years of Earth’s history on your iPad in the Natural History Museum Evolution app.
Find out about the Nature Live in the Field programme and our A Day in the Life of a Scientist pre and post-visit activities.
Why and how are there so many colours in the natural world? The Colour of Nature is a new practical workshop developed to tie in with Key Stage 3 biology and physics.
In Hands-On DNA: Bacterial Evolution, students step into the role of a clinical bacteriologist.
Excite and enthuse your students with the diversity, complexity and beauty of life on Earth at the Variety Show.