East Lothian Museums
Words we use alot
- Dunbar Town House
- John Gray Centre
- John Muir's Birthplace
- loan boxes
- official museum
- role models project
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Tag Archives: workshops
Macmerry’s Museum Down Under!
On Tuesday I went to visit Miss Murphy’s P5/6 class at Macmerry Primary. The class had been learning about Australia, and after writing a letter to ask people for objects about the topic, decided they were going to make a museum. I … Continue reading
Check out our new Learning Programme for 2011-12
Wow, how quickly did those summer holidays go?! As the new school year approaches, it’s time to reveal our new Learning Programme for 2011-12: East Lothian Museum Service Learning Programme 2011-12 Check out our new outreach service called ‘Museum Curators … Continue reading
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Another busy week!
Well, it’s been another busy week! Alice, our work experience pupil from last week, had such a busy time and her blog has been one of our most read ever! Aberlady P5/6 have written a blog about Alice and I’s … Continue reading
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End of Work Experience
What a week I have had! I’ve been blown away by everything I’ve done and experienced, as well as learnt. I can’t believe it’s nearly over; this week has flown by so quickly as I’ve had so much to do … Continue reading
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My Work Experience
Hello, my name is Alice and I go to North Berwick High School. I have chosen to go to East Lothian Museums Service for my work experience week. For those who don’t know, a work placement is a requirement for … Continue reading
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Making a Classroom Museum
There are lots of requests from classes at the moment who would like to make their own classroom museums. I can’t wait to get out and visit these classes! In the next few weeks I’ll be visiting Wallyford P7, Cockenzie … Continue reading
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Museums Things Going in Schools over East Lothian!
Hi all, It’s nearly the October holidays – can you believe it already?! I’ve been in to visit Pencaitland Primary this week to do a Victorian washday. It was fun but hectic! I thought I would show you some of … Continue reading
Museums are Go
Hi everyone, I’ve just realised that I can join in Edubuzz which is great news! I’m Museums Education Officer for the Council so I’m always out and about doing things with schools. We currently have 2 museums open – Prestongrange … Continue reading
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Does your class have questions about museums?
I now have a page dedicated to answering pupils’ questions about museums, or historical topics. Click on the page called ‘Pupils! Get in touch’ at the side of this blog and ask me a question by leaving a comment. What … Continue reading →