• 10.00am - 5.30pm
  • FREE
  • Chelsea, London
National Army Museum
  • 10.00am - 5.30pm
  • FREE
  • Chelsea, London

School Study Days

Bring your students along to explore a topic in depth at one of our Study Days designed to challenge, develop and inspire.

Our newly launched Study Days give students the opportunity to explore a subject, solve problems or develop their research skills in more depth and draw on staff expertise from across the National Army Museum. Details of upcoming events are listed below.

To register your interest in attending one of our Study Days and receive further information please complete the online booking form.

Please note that each of our Study Days is open to multiple schools. Places for each school will be limited and given on a first come, first served basis.

History Study Day

Level: KS5
Date: Monday, 13 March 2023

Explore the history of the British Indian Army in the First World War and develop research skills in this study day for KS5 History students. Working with our Research and Archive teams, students will access historic documents and hear from museum professionals. With the Learning team, students will build their knowledge as they explore our handling collection and galleries.

Book online

STEM Day

Level: KS3
Date: Tuesday, 4 July 2023

Focusing on teamwork, problem solving and technology, students will work together to complete our Cargo Drop and Operation Robot workshops. The day will include a STEM-themed, self-guided trail around the galleries.

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Strategy Day

Level: KS3
Date: Tuesday, 11 July 2023

Join us for a day of strategic problem solving. Students will be transported to a fictional territory which is experiencing political upheaval and will work together to resolve conflict and bring peace and stability to the region. The day will involve information analysis, debate, negotiation and planning.

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