Curriculum-linked learning resources designed to work in the classroom.
Have you ever wondered how far away space is; how far are the different things you see above your head?
Customer service is important to the National Maritime Museum, because without customers there would not be a business.
A print showing pirate captain William Kidd burying a treasure chest and assorted loot on Gardiner’s Island, just off New York.
A knocker for members of the lifeboat crew to be used when there a shipwreck to wake them to launch the lifeboat. Every lifeboat man had a knocker outside their bedroom window, with a long piece of string going all the way to the ground.
Play Word Tennis to help develop children's vocabulary.
World Heritage Site student trail
Video of a poem about wrecks and resuces. Poem written by Brian Gardner.
An expedition has disappeared near the North Pole. Role-play as investigative journalists and piece together clues.
Painting by William Joy from Great Yarmouth, who did lots of pictures of the sea and ships. In the painting, Manby’s mortar is being used to save people from a wrecked ship.