The communities team offer a range of training opportunites for local groups, communities and supplementary school teachers and volunteers.
‘I would like to thank you at the British Museum for all that you do for us. I feel that we are increasing in confidence all the time. We feel very supported to carry out repeat visits to the Museum now’.
Azmeen Noreen, Participant on Crossing-Cultures Training Session
For more information on how your local community could benefit from the training offered at the British Museum please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A training session at the British Museum.
Supplementary school teachers
Free group training sessions for school teachers and volunteers
Supplementary school training sessions at the Museum can help teachers and volunteers to plan and deliver a successful trip to the Museum.
Training includes guidance on how to run easy group activities with students inspired by the Museum’s world collections and the opportunity to discuss and plan your very own visit.
After completing a group training session at the Museum, supplementary schools also have the option to book a one-to-one session with a member of the Supplementary Schools team.
Community Partnerships training
An introduction to getting the most out of the British Museum.
Community Gatekeeper Training Days are specifically designed to support staff and volunteers who work with groups in London. Sessions provide individuals with the opportunity to find out about current events and exhibitions on offer at the museum and help them to identify how to get the most from a visit.
The training day also explores a range of simple but effective gallery-based activities designed to help inspire groups’ engagement with museum objects and overall provides participants with the necessary confidence and skills to plan and carry out a group visit to the British Museum.