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Workshops and resources

Choose a Key Stage to find out about the school workshops and teaching sessions we offer across Durham University’s Museums and Attractions for different subjects. You’ll also discover a range of teaching resources that you can use back in the classroom to support your visit.

If you have an idea or if you want your class to see and do something in particular, please contact us and we’ll try our best to help!

Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 Workshops

From History to Science and bear hunts to Buddha, explore our programme for Early Years and Key Stage 1 pupils.

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Key Stage 2 Workshops

Discover our Key Stage 2 programme, including workshops for History, Literacy, World Cultures, Science, Geography and Art.

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Key Stage 2 Resources

Use our teaching resources for Key Stage 2 to support your visit to our attractions.

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Key Stage 3 Workshops

What does it mean to be British? What is historical truth? Answer these questions with our Key Stage 3 workshops.

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Key Stage 3 Resources

Our teaching resources for Key Stage 3 explore slavery in the 18th and 19th centuries, the First World War, Sir Francis Drake and cremation.

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Key Stage 4 Workshops

Compare world religions, discover how crime and punishment has changed through time and find out about human rights in our Key Stage 4 programme.

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Key Stage 4 Resources

Use our online resources to support your Key Stage 4 teaching.

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Key Stage 5 Workshops

What is a book? Was the 1867 Reform Act a leap in the dark? Book one of our Key Stage 5 workshops and find out.

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Key Stage 5 Resources

We have produced a series of practical, easy-to-use guides that support students carrying out research. They cover a wide range of areas including devising a research strategy, referencing, using sources, writing essays and revising.

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Don't miss

Ancient Egypt

Oriental Museum

Tours of the Garden

Botanic Garden

Our new archaeology gallery

Palace Green Library

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