Brooklands Museum is a great place to learn with an amazing range of exhibits and cross curricular activities on offer to help you make the most of your visit. There are qualified staff to help you plan your visit, and an Education Centre with rooms for lunch and where you can leave your belongings while you look around.
ACTIVITIES FOR KS3 AND KS4
Science and D&T
Engineering Taster Days - Providing students with a better understanding of the principles of aerodynamics, this taster day has been planned to be stimulating, fun and accessible for students of mixed abilities. From 10am to 3.00pm. Prices £200 per class (30 maximum)
Concorde Experience – during this 30 minute tour, students will learn all about the technology behind supersonic flight and how Concorde helped to shape the world today. Tours run all day at 25mins past the hour and 55mins past the hour with a maximum of 10 students per adult. Prices: £3.00 (up to 16) and £5.00 (over 16).
Secondary schools may book the Concorde Simulator either to follow the Concorde Experience or as a separate activity. Simulator sessions for groups of up to 15 students will last approximately 15 minutes and include viewing the Simulator with a short talk by one of the Simulator stewards. Booking in advance is recommended to avoid disappointment.
History, Geography and D&T
Amazing Man and His Amazing Machines – A guided tour of the site focusing on the development of transport. Students will be exposed to chronology, find out how major technological developments of the last century have helped shape the world today and how they have affected the way we live. In this interactive tour we will explore how this local community has helped influence modern Britain.
Art and D&T
Brooklands Museum is the perfect place to inspire your students with a wide variety of visual and tactile stimuli.
The powerful images of Concorde, sitting against an open air background, or the Napier Railton, one of the fastest cars of its day, plus the unique style of the Clubhouse provide students the opportunity to explore space, perspective drawing, colour, tones and angles.
For groups interested in technical drawing, the Wellington Hangar and the Stratosphere Chamber provide an opportunity to study an array of aeroplanes and engines.
For further information on costs and how to book please take a look at our Brooklands Museum Secondary Schools Teacher’s Guide.
Contact: Virginia Smith
01932 857381 ext 248