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

An activity to motivate or reinforce learning about the electromagnetic spectrum in which students compare and contrast views of the Sun and the Milky Way Galaxy in different wavelengths of light. 

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

Communicating information at the Museum investigation worksheet

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

A compass that was made in Great Yarmouth in the 1920s for a Great Yarmouth vessel that was made in the port. 

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

In this practical activity, students investigate magnetic materials, attraction and repulsion and make a magnetic compass. Accompanies the video ‘Seeing The Invisible’.

Key stage:
Key Stage 2
School subject:
Astronomy, Science

Students use the Doppler formula to calculate the redshift of a distant galaxy and the size of the Universe when light first left the galaxy. Accompanies the video 'How big is the Universe?'

Key stage:
Post-16
School subject:
Astronomy, Maths, Science

Imagine and describe a world that you have discovered.

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

A tiny crown, treasure from Tibet in Asia. 

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

Customer Charter for internal customers

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

Customer service unit 

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

Providing excellent customer service is hugely important in today’s highly competitive visitor-attraction market. It is essential to our success because we rely on our customer base to provide our core business.

Key stage:
Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Post-16
School subject:
Leisure & tourism

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