Learning resources created for organisations

Museum of Medicine and HealthMuseum of Medicine and Health,
University of Manchester

GCSE History learning resources linking the museum’s collection with the topic ‘Medicine through Time’ (draft version)

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Based on work which had already been undertaken in a project involving Manchester Museum, Shoo Rayner and Cedar Mount Academy, I created the following resources:

cover_image_for_webCapability Brown Festival (view resources on this page)

School and family learning resources for sites with a Capability Brown landscape.

Toolkit for those sites starting school and family work from scratch

Webinar introducing the resource

small_SchoolPack1ScreenshotManchester Museum (view resources on this page)

School and family resources for Gifts for the Gods:
Animal Mummies Revealed
touring exhibition

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John Rylands Library

Family trail exploring the building, its contents and its history.

Family learning booklets for bookmaking and pop-up cards and books to give families an opportunity to continue learning at home.

ih-smallWorking Class Movement Library

Volunteer handbook for the HLF-funded Invisible Histories oral history project.

Invisible Histories project website.

TSI: Time scene Investigation pre and post-visit packAncient Greeks pre and post-visit pack'Myths and Monsters' teacher self-guide resource
Manchester Museum

Pre and post-visit teacher packs for Manchester Museum workshops: TSI: Time Scene Investigation (Archaeology) and Ancient Greeks

Teacher self-led gallery resource: ‘Myths and Monsters’ (relating to Greek myths and Mediterranean items that were then on display in Manchester Museum).

Stepping Inside... Pictures' teacher resource packManchester Art Gallery

‘Stepping Inside… Pictures’ teacher resource pack

Whitworth Art Gallery

Two different video introductions to the Whitworth, made in association with pupils from St James Primary School, Rusholme.

The Whitworth has undergone major work since these videos, so the content is now less accurate.

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