Poole Museum
Free Entry
Opening times:
From 9 April - 30 October 2022,
Daily, 10am - 5pm

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All sessions are delivered as twilight INSETs

Maths in real life – using mathematics in history and geography

Explore maths mastery through the humanities. Find out about the how the maths curriculum mirrors the history of maths across world cultures. Develop a creative approach to teaching problem solving and reasoning through the lens of history, archaeology and geography.

The History of Poole

Get an overview of Poole’s rich history and find out what makes Poole interesting and significant


Using objects in the classroom

Hints and tips about using historical objects across the curriculum


Using local history sources in the classroom

An introduction to readily available local history sources (including maps and census returns).


Team building and outdoor learning

Fed up with being inside? Try our tonic of orienteering, fire lighting and den making.


The Victorian apprentice

Mrs Jelly, our fearsome housekeeper will put you through your paces. A fun way to learn about the Victorians and test your grit!


The constructivist approach to teaching history

Make history active and pupils centred using tools drawn from constructivism and social constructivism


Using objects in early years

Find out how you can explore the world through museum collections.



All prices are for group of 12-15 teachers.

PAYG price: £75

Silver subscribers: £20

Gold subscribers: FREE

For more details about costs and charges see our booking information page. 

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