Children will explore Arthur Ransome’s classic stories of adventure on Windermere through our unique collection, and the landscape surrounding the museum, to create their own poem or story.
This session is temporarily unavailable due to building redevelopment. If you are interested in this subject please get in touch. How can objects tell stories? Children will go on a
There’s been a crime committed in Tullie House and it’s up to your class to solve it, using their best forensic investigation, questioning skills and team work.
Need some new poetry inspiration? In this session we show your class some simple techniques to create poetry on their own and as a group using the museum and our
This session brings Wordsworth’s love of Nature and the outdoors alive for under 5’s using the sounds the can hear around them and sounds they create themselves.
These sessions explore themes in the poetry of William Wordsworth through songs, rhymes a story and play. Includes: Spring Summer gardens Autumn Bugs and butterflies Plants and flowers Animals and
An outdoor language session bringing William Wordsworth’s love of nature and words into our wild woods.
In this workshop children will find out about a range of famous people who have lived and worked in Cumbria over the past 250 years. They will have the opportunity
In this session children will learn about domestic life 200 years ago using the Wordsworth family as examples. Pupils will take part in an interactive wash day session, handle relevant
In this workshop children will learn about the life of William Wordsworth and his inspiration for writing poetry. They will then explore one or more of his most popular poems
Using either Wordsworth’s ‘Lucy Gray’ or ‘Goody Blake and Harry Gill’ this workshop will help pupils develop an understanding of how poetry can tell a story through rhyme, plot and
This session explores the Grasmere journal of Dorothy Wordsworth. After looking at a number of extracts by Dorothy, children will have the opportunity to work on their own techniques for