What better location can there be for inspiring the next generation of engineers, artists, writers, mathematicians and architects than here? This is an inspiring project and we want young people to be at the heart of what we are doing. There will be no closed off fences stopping pupils from coming in, only an open door policy to encourage ideas, creativity and endless possibility.
We are asking teachers to get in touch so that we can work together on creating a meaningful programme of activity. We want to provide the future generations with activities and engagement that will motivate their own learning and create a sense of achievement – but we need teachers and pupils to help create this legacy. There will be opportunities for pupils to come on hard hat visits, work with the team creating audio visuals, watch the collection come back to life, learn boat building skills and test them out on the water! We want all of this to help shape what we offer once the doors are open to the public.
So, contact us, visit the site, meet the team and discuss how we can shape the Museum to fit the teaching that happens in schools. If you are interested please get in touch with Ian Read, Head of Learning, to discuss the possibilities.