Key Stage 1 Workshops
Our Key Stage 1 workshops cover a broad range of subject areas and all make the most of our fantastic facilities and surroundings. Our specialist tutors will ensure that your day is packed with learning opportunities, but overall, offers a fun and inspiring visit.
Learn about the boats in the Museum, make a small wooden boat, handle boating objects and go on a boat hunt by the river.
Investigate how bridges work through practical experiments in this hands-on workshop. Includes a visit to Henley Bridge.
Discover the Victorians
Examine Victorian objects, photographs, maps and documents and enjoy a guided walk to discover the importance of the river and railway to Victorian Henley.
Fun and memorable ways to improve maths skills. Lots of measuring with water.
What is the best material to make a boat from? Investigate other materials too and make a cast inspired by a Museum object.
Paint/Print me a River
Create beautiful paintings or screen prints inspired by the Thames and the different styles of famous artists.
Sporting Ted Rows for Gold!
Learn all about the Olympics with Sporting Ted as he prepares to row for Team GB!
The River of Life
The River of Life is about Living Things which live in, on or near the River Thames.
Ugly Bug Ball
Investigate minibeast habitats and life-cycles at close-hand with practical activities and a minibeast safari.
Wind in the Willows
Creative challenges exploring the connections between Grahame’s characters and the real habitats and wildlife that inspired them.