School and community groups can use one of our tails to support learners during their visit to the museum.
We have created a selection of self-guided trails for learners of all ages covering different themes and activities.
Download and print the trail in advance of a self-guided visit with your school or community group.
Each trail has accompanying Group Leader notes.
Support your group as they discover the revolutionaries, reformers, workers, voters, and citizens who campaigned for equality, social justice, co-operation and a fair world for all.
Suitable for ages 5 to 8 (Key Stage 1)
Working in small groups learners will explore, draw and think as they discover a suffragette kitchen, printing press, Co-op shop and more.
Suitable for ages 7 – 11 (Key Stage 2)
Suitable for ages 11 -14 (Key Stage 3)
Learners will follow a journey that illuminates how the right to vote was won and how worker’s fought for their rights. The Match Factory digital game, an encounter with the Grunwick strikers and a visit to the Co-op shop are just some of the activities featured.
Suitable for ages 14 – 16 (Key Stage 4)
Beginning at a time of revolution, learners will meet those that brought about reform and benefits that were achieved for all, including the welfare state and time off from work.
More in Common: in memory of Jo Cox exhibition represents the culmination of a comprehensive community led project inspired by the legacy of Jo Cox MP, who was murdered in June 2016, together with an exploration of Jo’s life, work and values. The exhibition is on display until Thursday 30 June 2022. Please check museum opening hours.
This exhibition guide for group leaders will help you to prepare for your visit and support your group through the exhibition themes. It includes activities for different age groups: ages 5 to 10, ages 7+, ages 10+ and ages 11+.
Check out the online exhibition