Key Stage 4

Brooklands Museum supports Key Stage 4 learning outside the classroom through a range of workshops, tours, activity days and resources that will inspire and engage pupils.

Use the drop-down below to explore our different workshops, guided tours and visit options or download our learning brochure here.

Booking Information

Admission Charges

The general admission price per pupil is £5. One adult FREE per ten pupils.

Prices for individual workshops quoted below are in addition to the General Admission price.

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Schools and Teachers FAQ

Self-guided visit

Brooklands Museum is packed with vehicles and aircraft which prompt scientific questions. There’s plenty of scope for your KS3 and KS4 students to learn how engineers and scientists grappled with some of the big scientific ideas behind aircraft, buses and cars, modifying their approach and learning from their mistakes. If you would like to book a self-guided visit, without any additional workshops or guided tours, your group will be charged a General Admission fee of £5.00 per head for pupils under 16, and £8.00 per head for pupils 16 and over. Workshops and guided tours are an additional cost per pupil.

Guided Tour: Aeronautics & Automotive Technology

60 mins / £3.00 per pupil

Learn about the big ideas behind some of the pioneering achievements at Brooklands- aerodynamic principles, motion and forces- as students explore key stories from our Aviation and Motoring exhibitions.  Our expert guide will take you through some of the pioneering technological innovations made here at Brooklands across the twentieth century. The tour will look at the social history of aviation and commercial travel, as well as the story of the Brooklands racing circuit.

National Curriculum links


Calculation of fuel uses and costs in the domestic context

Energy changes and transfers

Describing motion, forces and balanced forces


Challenges for Britain, Europe and the wider world 1901 to the present day (especially social, cultural and technological change in post-war British society)

A local history study

The study of an aspect or theme in British history that consolidates and extends pupils’ chronological knowledge.


Guided Tour: Concorde Experience

35 mins / £3.00 per pupil and £6.00 per accompanying adult

Take the Brooklands Concorde Experience and see inside the world's most famous aircraft. Learn about the challenges of creating a supersonic aircraft and the journey towards reaching Mach 2, twice the speed of sound, in this fascinating  tour through the aircraft.

Workshop: Propeller Racers

60 Mins /£4 per pupil

Construct a model car for the future powered by electricity! Join us to find out what happens when you use the power of a propeller to provide the thrust for your electric car. In this learning-by-doing workshop, students construct a car to a budget, creating a circuit to power their car’s propeller. Working in groups there’s plenty of opportunity to develop skills of collaboration and problem solving, and to test their ideas out on the historic racing track at Brooklands.

National Curriculum links


Carrying out scientific enquiries to test predictions

Series and parallel circuits

Friction and air and water resistance

Design and Technology

Identify and solve their own design problems

Test, evaluate and refine their ideas

Get a British Science Association CREST award with Brooklands Museum

The CREST Awards scheme is the British Science Association’s (BSA) flagship programme for young people, providing science enrichment activities to inspire and engage 5-to-19-year-olds.

Here at Brooklands, we offer a bronze accredited CREST award that sees students design and build aerodynamic shells, mounted onto RC cars to be raced down our historical finishing straight. This project uses inspiration  inspiration from designs of the past at Brooklands to inspire students’ design.

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