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On top of a table is a book called the snail and the whale, ice cubes, suncream, a towel and some toys.

Sensory Stories in a Virtual World

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During lockdown, our learning team at Leeds City Museum ran weekly virtual Sensory Storytime workshops to stay connected with families.
Portrait of Anne ListerImage © Calderdale Museums

Diversifying the Content on MyLearning

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MyLearning's ambition is to help teachers provide real and diverse representation across the curriculum. Izzy Bartley explains their content strategy in our latest blog.
The Triumph Werke scooter

The Triumph Werke Scooter

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Careers For All student Abu swots us up on his favourite object in the Leeds Discovery Centre collection: the Triumph Werke scooter.
A teacher is picking up and talking about some museum objects on a table. The children sitting around the table look very interested.

Decolonising the Curriculum

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Our learning team work closely with schools to shape, change and develop the curriculum, so that the pupils in our city are told whole and diverse stories at primary school.
Stone Age to Iron Age Britain

How Museums Can Help Schools With Recovery Curriculums

Lockdown has disrupted education for school pupils. Kate Fellows explains how museums and galleries are able to lend a hand to help schools bridge the gaps.

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