Learning at the Army Flying MuseumWe are now taking School Bookings for visits after the 17th May!
We are delighted to announce that we are now taking school trip bookings ahead of the Museum reopening on the 17th of May. Our online sessions will also be continuing as will our pre-visit zooms. We have some fantastic sessions for schools this year. Join our Learning Officer to find out what it was like to be a pilot in the First World War. Listen to the stories of Glider pilots, find out about the importance of the Spitfire and imagine yourself living in a 1940s House during the Second World War. Explore flight science with the pilot of an Auster Mk 9 in his dangerous mission across the jungle and for the very little ones enjoy a fun introduction to the museum, looking at all the different types of aircraft on display. They’ll even have a chance to see a flying car!
We will also be giving away trip themed goody bags to all pupils attending these trips so they have something fun and educational to take back to the classroom with them. Please see the example linked to our Second World War programmes below.
If you have any questions or would like to book please get in touch with our Learning and Communities Officer Joanna on email@example.com or ring us on 01264 883791
Click HERE to view our Schools Online Learning programme.
Click Here to check out our fun and educational home learning resources for families.