Curriculum-linked learning resources designed to work in the classroom.

Events Sales Co-Ordinator job description

Key stage:
Post-16
School subject:
Leisure & tourism

Examples of customer service at the Museum

Key stage:
Post-16
School subject:
Leisure & tourism

Students calculate the mass of dark matter in the solar system and compare that to the amount of dark energy present. Accompanies the video 'How will the Universe end?'

Key stage:
Key Stage 4
School subject:
Astronomy, Maths, Science

Exploration actitivies: Useful books and links

Key stage:
Early Years Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2
School subject:

Find the letters in William Gooch’s journal...

Key stage:
Key Stage 2
School subject:
Art, Geography, History, Literacy

The Board of Longitude employed William Gooch, a 21-year-old astronomer, to make maps of the north-west coast of America. William recorded his experiences of different cultures in lively first-hand accounts.

Key stage:
Key Stage 2
School subject:
Art, Geography, History, Literacy

A map showing William’s journey.

Key stage:
Key Stage 2
School subject:
Art, Geography, History, Literacy

William Gooch left Britain in 1791 on a special mission to the north-west coast of America. He never returned.

Key stage:
Key Stage 2
School subject:
Art, Geography, History, Literacy

Omai hitched a lift to Britain from Tahiti in 1773. When he arrived, he didn’t speak much English, and knew little of British customs. We don’t have a first-hand account of Omai’s journey. As far as we know, he couldn’t write letters or keep a journal. We only know about his experiences from the accounts of others.

Key stage:
Key Stage 2
School subject:
Art, Geography, History, Literacy

Write as many describing words in the boxes below to answer the questions.

Key stage:
Key Stage 2
School subject:
Art, Geography, History, Literacy

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