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Resource: Investigate (event)
Key Stage 1 , Key Stage 2 , Key Stage 3
Come and be a scientist in the Investigate centre. Use microscopes and other scientific tools to explore 100s of stunning objects from the natural world, just like our Museum scientists do. Our friendly staff are on hand to help you with your explorations.
Resource: Explorers: Ourselves and Other Animals (event)
EYFS , Key Stage 1
Schools can lead this activity themselves, encouraging pupils to engage with specimens through role-play, donning hats and binoculars and taking up a self-guided Explorer challenge through the Museum.
Resource: The Great Debate workshop (event)
Key Stage 4 , Post-16
Our Great Debate workshop helps students leap into the roles of the scientists and theologians who hotly debated the controversial theory of evolution over a hundred years ago.
Resource: Cutting Edge Workshop (event)
Key Stage 2
Investigate how teeth relate to diet in this interactive workshop.
Resource: Dino-Scientists (event)
Key Stage 2
Use scientific skills to work out the diet, movement and habitat of ancient fossil animals.
Resource: Wolf Tales (event)
EYFS , Key Stage 1
These enjoyable and interactive workshops use puppets and storytelling to explore natural history and curriculum science in a fun and engaging way.
Resource: Rapunzel and Goldilocks puppet show (event)
EYFS , Key Stage 1
These enjoyable and interactive workshops use puppets and storytelling to explore natural history and curriculum science in a fun and engaging way.
Resource: Circadian Sam gallery character (event)
Key Stage 1
Meet gallery character Circadian Sam in the galleries
Resource: Mary Anning gallery character (event)
Key Stage 2
Meet Mary Anning in the galleries and discover more about her life and her important fossils discoveries that helped reconstruct the world's past.
Resource: Dino Dan gallery character (event)
Key Stage 1
Our intrepid explorer Dino Dan has just returned from the deserts of Mongolia and he'd like to share his adventures with you.
Resource: The Hungry Caterpillar and The Frog Prince (event)
EYFS , Key Stage 1
This enjoyable and interactive workshop uses puppets and storytelling to explore natural history and curriculum science in a fun and engaging way. life cycles, changes, feeding, animals in the local environment.
Resource: Little Red Hen and Chicken Licken (event)
EYFS , Key Stage 1
This enjoyable and interactive workshop uses puppets and storytelling to explore natural history themes and curriculum science in a fun and engaging way.
Resource: Jackie and the Beanstalk (event)
EYFS , Key Stage 1
This enjoyable and interactive workshop uses puppets and storytelling to explore natural history and curriculum science in a fun and engaging way.
Resource: Animal Vision (event)
Key Stage 2 , Key Stage 3
Science show featuring live animals.
Resource: Cocoon in the Darwin Centre (gallery)
Key Stage 3 , Key Stage 4 , Post-16
Immerse yourself in the Cocoon, a brand new journey through the Darwin Centre.
Resource: The Variety Show (event)
Key Stage 2 , Key Stage 3
Excite and enthuse your students with the diversity, complexity and beauty of life in this fun, interactive science show.
Resource: Meet the Scientist (event)
Post-16
Give your students the unique opportunity to interact with Museum scientists and find out about their cutting-edge of natural science research.
Resource: Charles Darwin gallery character (event)
Key Stage 2 , Key Stage 3
Meet Charles Darwin in the Museum galleries to hear about his life and some of his theories. Why did he visit the Galapagos Islands and what did he see when he was there?
Resource: Minibeast Pond Safari (event)
Key Stage 2
This workshop is a great opportunity for your pupils to explore the Museum's Wildlife Garden pond to find and compare different minibeasts.
Resource: Wildlife Garden Explorers (event)
EYFS , Key Stage 1
Groups explore the Museum wildlife garden using their senses to observe and compare the plants and animals they find in the different garden habitats.
Resource: Dino Scene Investigation workshop (event)
Key Stage 2
Perform your own fossil dig and draw conclusions about how dinosaurs looked in this hands-on workshop.
Resource: Interactive Film - Who do you think you really are (event)
Key Stage 4
Visit the Attenborough Studio in the Darwin Centre to experience our award-winning, interactive film about evolution, narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
Resource: Our Place in Evolution gallery (gallery)
Key Stage 1 , Key Stage 3 , Key Stage 4 , Post-16
Learn how much we have in common with creatures that walked the Earth millions of years ago, by exploring the four sections of this exhibition.
Resource: Human Biology gallery (gallery)
EYFS , Key Stage 1 , Key Stage 3 , Key Stage 4 , Post-16
Test your mind and body, and understand how they grow and develop, in this highly interactive exhibition.
Resource: The Power Within (gallery)
Key Stage 2 , Key Stage 3 , Key Stage 4
Find out how an earthquake feels in the earthquake simulator, discover what happens when a volcano erupts and check for yourself where there have been earthquakes in the last week.
Resource: Marine Invertebrates gallery (gallery)
EYFS , Key Stage 1 , Key Stage 3 , Key Stage 4 , Post-16
Listen to the sea lapping the shore as you browse over the hundreds of colourful sea creatures. Look up at the life-size, 18-metre model of a giant squid, the largest animal without a backbone.
Resource: Birds (gallery)
EYFS , Key Stage 1 , Key Stage 3 , Key Stage 4
View specimens ranging from a tiny hummingbird to a giant ostrich and meet the now extinct Mauritius dodo.
Resource: Earth today and tomorrow (gallery)
Key Stage 2 , Key Stage 3 , Key Stage 4
Explore how earth scientists find our mineral and energy resources, and manage our increasing demands on the environment. How do they help manage our needs for water, food and clean air?
Resource: Restless surface (gallery)
EYFS , Key Stage 1 , Key Stage 2 , Key Stage 3 , Key Stage 4
Learn about the forces that move mountains, shape and polish rocks, turn sand into glass and alter the climate of the Earth.
Resource: Earth's treasury (gallery)
EYFS , Key Stage 1 , Key Stage 2 , Key Stage 3 , Key Stage 4
Over 6,000 specimens, including many precious gemstones, make this exhibition a visual and intellectual feast. Gaze at some of the Earth's rarest products including the spectacular Latrobe gold crystal.