Key Stage One
Curating Charles Dickens
In this engaging workshop, pupils learn to handle, identify and understand objects from the past, using actual artefacts from the Museum’s archive collection. Pupils will investigate what these objects tell us about people’s lives during the Victorian era, and about the life of Charles Dickens and his family when they lived here in Doughty Street – with clear links drawn between the objects handled in the workshop and those objects the pupils will see and experience during their guided tour of the museum house.
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We have the capacity to run two half sessions each day from 10:30-12:00 and 13:00-14:30. Each half day session, which includes a tour of the Museum costs £150 per class. Please note that we cannot accommodate more than 30 students per session.
For larger groups of up to 60 our neighbours at The Foundling Museum are often able to accommodate half of your group for a taught visit before swapping over at lunch time. Please see their website for details or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire about availability.