KS1/2 LEGO® Brick History exhibition and workshops February-April 2018

LEGO® is back! Our new exhibition ‘Brick  History’ is a journey through the pivotal moments in world history, modelled in LEGO® bricks by Warren Elsmore and his team of artists. The exhibition features an impressive 1.5m square castle bustling with activity. The exhibition is packed with LEGO® models representing historical themes including: cave paintings, pop art, Pompeii, the Viking invasions and the discoveries and inventions that have changed our world. Visit the exhibition and book a LEGO® Education workshop. (9th February  to 17th April 2018)

LEGO® Education Story Starter – ‘Once Upon a Time in the Castle…’ KS1/2

The visit starts with a trip to the museum’s special exhibitions gallery to see the LEGO® Brick History exhibition. In the museum education room children listen to a castle story and use LEGO® Education’s Story Starter kits to plan, develop, sequence and build their own story based on the theme of castles.

LEGO® Education Simple Machines – Catapult! KS2

The visit starts with a trip to the museum’s special exhibitions gallery to see the LEGO® Brick History exhibition. In the museum classroom children explore the types of simple machines used in castles and use LEGO® Education Simple Machines kits to explore levers and build and test a model catapult.

  

 

Cost of workshops: £95  (maximum of 30 children KS1 or 35 children KS2)