The Museum is a leading resource for science and geography education. Our school programme caters to all ages and levels including foundation, primary, secondary and A-level. We offer curriculum-linked events, workshops, hands-on activities and a teacher support service to help you get the most out of your visit. All school services are free, but must be booked in advance.
Choose learning activities at the Museum that are appropriate for your students' educational level.
Browse the learning activities on offer in the new Darwin Centre, the Museum’s state-of-the-art scientific research and collections facility.
Meet one of our fun and intriguing characters in the galleries.
Explore the Museum with our self-led activities.
Enjoy one of our fun, educational science shows.
Get to grips with how science works in workshops led by our team of dedicated science educators.
Join the discussion with our exciting programme of talks and debates about the latest science.
Get up close and personal with the Museum in these hands-on activities, where you can handle real specimens from our collections.
Enjoy interactive storytelling that explores natural history and curriculum science in a fun and engaging way.
Share the excitement of our scientists' fieldwork and new discoveries through videoconferences for schools.
All school activities must be booked in advance. To book, please call our school bookings line between 08.30-16.00, Monday to Friday during term-time, or 10.00-13.00 during the school holidays.
Tel: +44 (0)20 7942 5555