We are now offering outreach programmes.
One of our experienced history interpreters will come to your school, bringing with them a wide range of original museum artefacts, to engage and stimulate quality creative work in your class. Our assistants will lead the class through the day with interactive activities, exciting games and poignant questions to ensure our time lasts not just one day, but the whole of your topic.
We are currently offering both World War 2 and Local History for only £7.50 per head
Available all year round
Read what others are saying about our outreach programme for schools...
Bringing Bewdley Museum to [our school] was a great opportunity for our Year 6 pupils to gain a wealth of knowledge and facts about World War II from the excellent, enthusiastic and extremely knowledgeable staff.Mrs Googa
I loved taking part in the World War II games outside; the spinning tops and cup and ball were my favourite although more difficult than they look. During the day, I learnt lots of new facts about the war that I can use in my history lessons. The staff made the day fun; I enjoyed the whole experience.Jack
I really enjoyed our World War II day. The staff from Bewdley Museum made it really fun and I particularly enjoyed taking part in the bomb disposal activity - I just managed to get rid of it safely with my friend before it exploded! I learnt lots of new facts throughout the day. I saw real gas masks, had my own identity card and played a selection of games that would have been played during the war; it was a great day!Riley
Our school has been visiting Bewdley Museum as part of our World War II topic for many years. It has always been an invaluable experience where the children learn so much about British history. Due to the current situation, we were extremely disappointed the trip could not go ahead this year. However, the team at Bewdley Museum went above and beyond to ensure that our children did not miss out on this experience. The staff brought lots of practical resources with them for the children to see and use as well as a range of photos, PowerPoints and video clips to excite and enhance their learning. The children had a great day; they loved the experience and learnt so much. We are very grateful to the team at Bewdley Museum for bringing our World War II topic to life.Miss Durman