Schools on ice skates
Children can get active and learn a new skill with ice skating sessions specially tailored for schools. Each 50-minute session includes a 20-minute lesson with an ice marshal, who will teach the group basic skating skills.

Prices are just £7 per child, per session.
To book in a school group, call Ticketmaster on
0844 847 1576.
Visit the Ice Rink
Science with puppets
Use puppets to engage your Early Years Foundation School and Key Stage 1 pupils. Featuring popular stories, our puppet shows are fun and friendly events. They provide a great stimulus for focused talk and questioning, and help to develop children’s understanding of science and the natural world.
Storytelling with puppets
Natural history online
Looking for dinosaur-themed activities for the end of term? Teaching evolution and want inspiration? Or how about exploring our online WebQuests to use in class? We have a wealth of resources available online at the click of a button, so see what you can find to complement your teaching this term.
Online learning resources
Access to the Red Zone

Planning on visiting exhibitions in the Red Zone this spring? Keep an eye on the website
or get in touch for more information as we start work to improve access in this area.

Find out more
Exploring evolution
Offer your students the opportunity to get hands-on with ancient skulls and explore the pathways of human evolution. The Natural History Museum’s Real World Science Programme is currently trialling a new Key Stage 4 workshop.
If you’d like your class to participate and feedback on this exciting new development contact Rachel Haydon on r.haydon@nhm.ac.uk.
The Variety Show

Get inspired by the complexity and variety of life on Earth in this energetic science show, which can be booked as either a stand-alone activity for Key Stage 2 or 3, or as part of a structured Key Stage 3 Science Day.

Call our Bookings Office on 020 7942 5555 for
school visit enquiries and bookings.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

November 2012