We offer loads of ways for school groups to engage with us, with expert-led activities and workshops.
Town history walk and Zoom
Our learning officer will lead you on a guided walk around the town, and then follow up with a Zoom session back in your classroom:
£4 per child (accompanying adults free)
Walk consisting of four stopping points covering St Neots Priory, early people and the river, the Market Square, and Old Hall Place or St Mary’s Church
40 minutes Zoom class sharing four objects, which reinforce the learning on the walk.
Zoom session – Meet the Museum
Join the learning officer and curator for a Q&A session all about the museum and the work we do behind the scenes:
£40 for 40 minutes
The session can also be tailored to fit in with your lesson plans if a Q&A isn’t for you.
Our learning officer can visit you in your classroom, and tailor a teaching session to a specific topic:
£90 for two hours (including set-up and packing away)
Includes teaching objects from our collection
Can be undertaken outside in dry weather.
Hire one of our 13 loans boxes, which contain a mixture of both real and replica items from different historical periods, including Romans, Tudor and World War II. Visit our Loans Boxes page for more info:
£15 each for two weeks
Add a Zoom call with the Learning Officer to discuss three items from the box (£25 for 30 minutes).
Pre-recorded KS2 videos
Get in touch with our Learning Officer to access one of our dedicated KS2 videos below:
Our Education Officer Lesley is back, and this time she's here to tell us all about St Neot, the saint who gave our town it's name. See below for some extra useful educational links that Lesley talks…
https://www.stneotsmuseum.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Capture2.png699700Kelly Garnerhttps://www.stneotsmuseum.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/st-neots-museum-logo.svgKelly Garner2020-04-15 14:23:472021-10-21 10:55:15Protected: Who was St Neot?
Join Museum Education Officer Lesley Sainsbury as she discusses the early history of St Neots in this 14 minute video for Key Stage 2 students.
https://www.stneotsmuseum.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/treasure-for-the-gods-impression.jpg600900Richard Sladehttps://www.stneotsmuseum.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/st-neots-museum-logo.svgRichard Slade2020-03-25 19:21:372021-07-29 13:10:31Protected: The River Great Ouse and Early People