Learning Programmes

We have a selection of learning offers suitable for primary and secondary-aged children and for smaller groups such as home-educated children. Each of the programmes can be adapted for those with neurodivergent intelligences, with a flexible timetable, calm, quiet surroundings and information such as visual timetables provided in advance.

We are happy for you to make a preliminary visit to help plan your school trip – please get in touch with Elizabeth to arrange.

Please take a look at our Accessibility page where we have a walk-through guide of the site.

Elizabeth is very happy to come to your school to present an assembly or work in class to present the story of Primitive Methodism, Victorian childhood, the role of women in the movement…plus many other topics. Our stories and artifacts encompass many areas of the curriculum including history/local history, RE, STEM, black history, art and textiles – again, just drop her a line to discuss your requirements.

Please contact our Learning Officer, Elizabeth Morris at learning@engleseabrook.org.uk to discuss further or to make a booking.

Below is a taster or some of the workshops available.

Hugh Bourne’s Travelling Chest

Suitable for key stages 1 and 2

A train from one of our craft workshops.
Example of the craft activities

Sister Smith’s Sunday School

Suitable for EYFS, key stages 1 and 2

The collection store
Our working children memorial.

Hot Off The Press!

Suitable for key stages 1-5

The Englesea Brook printing press
Our printing press
Various designs on printing blocks

The Treasure Within

Suitable for key stages 2 and 3

A story chest

For full information please download a PDF copy of our Learning Programme leaflet.

Learning Program Leaflet
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