• 10am - 5.30pm
  • FREE
  • Chelsea, London
National Army Museum
  • 10am - 5.30pm
  • FREE
  • Chelsea, London

Workshops for schools

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Robots to the rescue
Primary workshop

7 September 2020 - 20 July 2022

FREE

Robots to the rescue

Explore how robotic devices help the Army, then work in teams using block-based programming and our Dash robots to complete a series of tasks.

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Florence Nightingale tending to wounded soldiers at Scutari Hospital
Primary (virtual)

1 September 2021 - 22 July 2022

FREE

Florence and Mary (virtual)

Discover the historic contributions of Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole and why they have been remembered (or not) over time.

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Soldier in Afghan poppy field, 2009
Primary (virtual)

1 September - 15 December 2021

FREE

Poppies to remember? (virtual)

Discover some of the stories of Remembrance held by the Museum, the evolution of the poppy as a symbol, and how it is used today.

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Florence and Mary
SEND workshop

6 September 2021 - 20 July 2022

FREE

Florence and Mary (SEND)

Find out about the work of Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole and how they helped the soldiers in the Crimea.

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Poppies to remember?
Primary workshop

6 September 2021 - 20 July 2022

FREE

Poppies to remember?

Discover some of the stories of Remembrance held by the Museum, the evolution of the poppy as a symbol, and how it is used today.

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Whatever the weather
Primary workshop

6 September 2021 - 20 July 2022

FREE

Whatever the weather

Soldiers have to be ready for anything! Explore and test materials by designing and building a shelter that will keep a soldier dry.

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Florence and Mary
Primary workshop

6 September 2021 - 20 July 2022

FREE

Florence and Mary

Discover the historic contributions of Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole and why they have been remembered (or not) over time.

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