A sailor went to sea (SEND)

Cutty Sark Closure

Cutty Sark will be closed to visitors on Sunday 10th March 2019 due to the "Vitality Big Half Marathon". The ship will be open as usual again from Monday 11th March. For further information on the Big Half Marathon, please see https://www.thebighalf.co.uk/

 

 

Essential information

Key stage: 
Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2
School subject: 
Drama, Literacy
Location: 
Cutty Sark
Session price: 
£40

This multi-sensory and participatory storytelling session takes pupils on an exciting journey on board Cutty Sark.

Using role-play, music, props and their imaginations, your class will be able to build an adventure together as they explore the ship and sail across the high seas with our facilitator.

The story starts beneath the ship, where Jack, a young boy, learns how to be a sailor. Your class will get to explore the ship and find out more about sailors’ lives at sea, before reaching our final port of call and sailing home.

This session can accommodate up to ten children and their carers; however, we are only able to accommodate up to three wheelchair uses per session.

This session is bookable on demand. Sessions cannot be booked online; this is always done via an email or phone enquiry in the first instance.

To book a visit, telephone 020 8312 6608 or e-mail bookings@rmg.co.uk

Cutty Sark schools' booking information

Learning resources

Teachers' guide to visiting Cutty Sark

Cutty Sark Facts Pack

Cutty Sark social story

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