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Resources for Schools

Please note that all specific Key Stage resources links here will take you to the relevant sections of the Classics for All Website - the resources are excellent and there is a wide range of resources included there.  If you would like to see anything in particular on this page, please get in touch with us.

Scroll down beyond this section to access some new Minimus Resources.


Free Minimus Resources

I have created Minimus PowerPoint Presentations to accompany a Scheme of Work.  These are free to use, but we would like to keep track of their usage.  Please complete this form to be given access to the resources.

Your details given below will NOT be used for any other reason than tracking the use of these resources - it is optional to include your email address.  If you are not already on my Mailing List and would like to be added please go to the Schools Page and click on the link at the bottom of the page.

When you submit the form you will be given the password to the page.  You can access the page from the Menu at the top, but need the password to view and download the resources.

Featured Museum

Sir John Soane's Museum comprises his collections and personal effects, acquired between the 1780s and his death in 1837. Our collections contain many important works of art and antiquities, architectural drawings, historical volumes, historical architectural models as well as important examples of furniture and decorative arts.

Sir John Soane created the Museum to inspire and educate all who visited it. Today, we continue that mission with a learning programme that aims to promote interest in and understanding of the Museum and its collections, as well as architecture and the arts more broadly, among people of all ages and backgrounds.

We run a vibrant and exciting programme of activities for school groups, families and children, young people, students at university or in further education and local community groups.

Whilst social distancing measures are in place until March 2021, we are offering virtual visits to the Museum for all of the groups that we engage with. Please do get in touch if you would like to discuss these further. We are also taking flexible bookings for further ahead in the year, which may either take place at the Museum or virtually, depending on future guidance.

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