At Linlithgow Museum we continue to improve our school programme to make it engaging and relevant to the Curriculum for Excellence.
Our current workshops are delivered by our excellent team of volunteers, most of whom are retired educators. We also welcome self-led visits and can provide resources for groups to use during their visit.
Our current offer is outlined below, but please contact us if you would like more information or to discuss your requirements.
Our new school workshop ‘World War Two’ was launched in September. This is aimed and upper primary and explores West Lothian’s role in the Home Front through cross-curricular activities. For more information please download our information sheet. If you would like to book a visit, please download our booking form.
The school programme is currently under development so please keep checking back for new workshops. In 2020 we will be launching ‘Toys through Time’ and ‘A Day in the Life of a Curator’ workshops.
Schools are welcome to visit the museum for self-led workshops. We currently have a Museum Quest worksheet quiz that schools can complete as part of their visit. The quiz explores the three galleries in more detail and encourage the class to look more closely at our objects.
Please Note: It is the responsibility of teachers and group leaders to complete a risk assessment before any visit. A hazard sheet is available to download for guidance purposes only.