Posts Tagged: education

Feed the Fleet!  Practical Maths for Home Educators Families Includes visit to newly re-opened Mary Rose Museum Limited places available Friday 16 September 2016 10:30 – 15:00   Disaster!  We sail tomorrow.  No food supplies have arrived and the Purser has run away!  The men will be really unhappy if they don’t get their dinner… Read more »

The Southampton branch of the Young Archaeologists’ Club visited the Mary Rose Museum this month.   The YAC members and leaders took part in a roundabout of activities.  They compared wet and dry ‘dig’ environments; identified ‘mystery’ objects; investigated materials under the microscope and looked at what human remains can tell us about people in… Read more »

From the Mary Rose Museum to the British Museum – for one week only! 12-16 January 2015 The Mary Rose Learning department’s Clare Barnes spent a week at the British Museum as part of their Knowledge Exchange programme, learning about what they do…   The Knowledge Exchange programme was an exciting prospect. During my week… Read more »

“Hi, it’s Georgia from Peter Symonds College. This summer I had the opportunity to volunteer at the Mary Rose Museum to enhance my learning about Tudor history and to give me an experience working in museums. I learned so much about the Mary Rose itself, and about how the museum functioned – plus it gives… Read more »

This summer we’ve got loads of FREE family fun taking place at the Mary Rose!   Tuesday 29th July – Tuesday 2nd September 2014 Drop in between 2pm – 4pm Make your own Mary Rose Artefact every Tuesday of the School Holidays – A different one each week! What will you be making? A flagon,… Read more »

Our community programme has been in the spotlight recently thanks to our nomination in the National Lottery Good Causes Awards. We were really pleased to see our work with special needs groups across the region featured on ‘The One Show.’   The community outreach programme as it is today started was started in 2006 by… Read more »

Teachers and museum educators agree working in partnership can transform pupils’ learning. There is no substitute for experiencing history first-hand!   Over the last few months we have been watching the development of the new primary History Curriculum carefully and planning opportunities for pupils to continue to engage with the Mary Rose story. Many museums… Read more »