Family Friendly Museum Award 2014 – our mystery museum judges...

It’s almost time to announce the winner of our Family Friendly Museum Award 2014, but before we do, we asked three of our mystery museum judges to share their experiences:

“The Family Friendly Award is a great way to publicise these fantastic museums. We really enjoyed being judges this year, … Read more

Added: September 19, 2014Comments: 0

Michael Rosen talks parenting, books and museums...

Much loved author, broadcaster, Children’s Laureate (2007-2009) and Professor of Children’s Literature at Goldsmiths University, Michael Rosen has been a firm favourite in our house since he first took us on a little literary journey through the woods on a bear hunt.

Today our News Editor, Maria Demetriou is talking … Read more

Added: September 19, 2014Comments: 0

Teen Twitter Takeover Day...

27 August 2014 saw the annual Kids in Museums Teen Twitter Takeover Day. 28 museums across the UK took part including The Geffrye Museum, Royal Academy of Arts, Brighton Museum, Ancient House Museum of Thetford Life and many more.

The teens involved were responsible for taking … Read more

Added: September 9, 2014Comments: 0

The 2014 Big Draw is coming soon...

Pencils ready? It’s that time of year again. Throughout October, the Campaign for Drawing will celebrate The Big Draw’s 15th season with hundreds of events designed to get the nation drawing.

This year 20 countries will be taking part – making the 2014 Big Draw the world’s biggest drawing festival.

During the … Read more

Added: September 9, 2014Comments: 0

British Museum launches resources to support the new history curriculum...

This week the British Museum and the Department for Education launched a set of online resources to assist the teaching of the new National History Curriculum for England. Teaching History With 100 Objects has been written and produced by the British Museum, supported by the Department for Education.

The … Read more

Added: September 4, 2014Comments: 0

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