Key Stage 3 & 4

Ket Stage 3 and 4

Real artefacts and archives are key to inspiring students to develop their historical enquiry skills as well as providing inspiration to delve deeper into subjects. Our workshops encourage critical thinking and offer a stimulating environment in which to learn.

Key Stage 3 Offer

Learning in The National Museum of the Royal Navy Portsmouth

Slavery Through Objects

Curriculum links: RE (Ethics), History

Price: Discovery visit £4.50 per student + £50 per 1 hour workshop for up to 35 people

Curriculum link This session allows students to explore and debate the wider issues and human stories behind slavery. Using artefacts and primary sources, students work together to explore the Transatlantic Slave Trade and the Royal Navy’s role in ending it.

Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 Offer

History in Evidence (HMS Victory but delivered in the learning centre museum)

Price: Discovery visit £4.50 per student + £80 for 1.5 hour workshop for up to 35 people.

This session allows students to explore and debate the wider issues and human stories behind slavery. Using artefacts and primary sources, students work together to explore the Transatlantic Slave Trade and the Royal Navy’s role in ending it.

A unique opportunity to access archives not normally on public display. These sessions are tailored to suit students' requirements and can include topics such as Maritime exploration and the development of England; The Royal Navy and the Transatlantic Slave Trade; The Gallipoli Campaign; The First and Second World Wars; D-Day; the Falklands Conflict and modern conflict post 9/11.

Interested in booking?

If you are not sure which workshop to book and would like to find out more please do get in touch. We can offer advice and help you plan your visit too.

Booking team contact  023 92 839 766 (opt.3) or email phd.learning@nmrn.org.uk

HMS Hermes returning from the Falklands