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PHM offers an engaging Learning Programme, providing opportunities for early years, schools, colleges, universities, adult and community groups, and families to learn about, be inspired by and get involved in ideas worth fighting for; ideas such as equality, social justice, co-operation, and a fair world for all.

Ideas worth learning about

Groups can book a range of sessions from interactive storytelling, drama performances and artist-led workshops, to creative writing and walking tours.  Follow the links below for further information on all sessions.

We can tailor all sessions to meet the needs of your group or particular topic – just ask!

For further information or to book a session, please complete our learning enquiry form.  You can also contact the Learning Team by on learning@phm.org.uk or on 0161 838 9190.

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Early Years & Primary

Early Years & Primary @ People's History Museum

Themes explored for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 sessions include voting, human rights, and cultural identity.

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Secondary

Secondary @ People's History Museum

Themes explored for Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4 and Key Stage 5 sessions include voting, political systems, and role of citizens.

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College and University

College & University @ People's History Museum

Themes explored for college and university sessions include rights and responsibilities of the citizen, and migration, empires and the people.

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Adult, Community & Young People

Adult, Community & Young People @ People's History Museum

 

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Families

 

We Love Kids in Museums

The museum is Family Friendly throughout, with hands-on stuff in every gallery for all ages to enjoy.

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People's History Museum

For further information or to book a session, please complete our learning enquiry form.

Learning enquiry form
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If you’re a teacher or community group leader, sign up to our Learning e-newsletter for news on our exciting Learning Programme (sent out approximately every three months)