River and Rowing Museum Henley on Thames

We offer a variety of workshops for all stages of education, across a range of subject areas.

Most workshops are divided into three sessions: two led by members of our creative team of Museum Tutors, plus one teacher-led gallery session. They start at 10am and finish at 2.15pm. We can accommodate up to c.90 pupils at a time.

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Foundation Stage Workshops

All of our foundation stage workshops are cross-curricular and help your children become comfortable with the Museum environment.
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Key Stage 1 Workshops

The Key Stage 1 workshops cover a range of subject areas: Science, English, Geography, Art & Design, History, Maths and PE.
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Key Stage 2 Workshops

At Key Stage 2, Understanding Rivers is our most popular workshop, but if Geography isn’t your preferred subject we have lots more to choose from: Science, Art & Design, History, English and Music.
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Key Stage 3 Workshops

The subject areas that we focus on at Key Stage 3 are Art & Design and Geography, but we are happy to work towards your student’s needs and incorporate anything that may be relevant to your topic.
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GCSE/A Level Workshops

Similar to Key Stage 3, we concentrate on Art & Design and Geography for GCSE and A Level groups, again with the option to customise as needed.
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Temporary Exhibition Workshops

As our temporary exhibitions are extremely varied in terms of content and format, our accompanying workshops will reflect this changing nature and cover a range of different subject areas.