Learning sessions at the International Slavery Museum

Find out what learning sessions are available for your group at our museums and galleries. Many of these sessions can be adapted for community groups.

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A taste of African music

Venue: International Slavery Museum

Subjects: Citizenship, Geography, History, Music

Age ranges: KS1, KS2

A visit to the International Slavery Museum

Venue: International Slavery Museum

Subjects: Citizenship, Geography, History, PHSE

Age ranges: Early years, KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, Post 16, Post 18

Baba's musical story

Venue: International Slavery Museum

Subjects: Communication, Creative development, Knowledge and Understanding of the World, Language, Literacy

Age ranges: Early years, KS1

Everyday life in West Africa

Venue: International Slavery Museum

Subjects: Citizenship, English, Geography, History, Music, RE

Age ranges: KS2

Legacies of transatlantic slavery

Venue: International Slavery Museum

Subjects: Citizenship, English, Geography, History

Age ranges: KS3, KS4, Post 16

Liverpool and slavery

Venue: International Slavery Museum

Subjects: Citizenship, Geography, History

Age ranges: KS3, KS4

Tour of International Slavery Museum

Venue: International Slavery Museum

Subjects: Citizenship, History

Age ranges: KS3, KS4, Post 16, Post 18

Uli symbols

Venue: International Slavery Museum

Subjects: Art, Citizenship, Design, Geography, History

Age ranges: KS2, KS3

Understanding transatlantic slavery handling session

Venue: International Slavery Museum

Subjects: Citizenship, English, Geography, History, RE

Age ranges: KS3, KS4, Post 16

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