A school visit to Tewkesbury Heritage Centre will provide hands on curriculum focused activities and workshops, which gives pupils the chance to explore, discover and enjoy local heritage and history.
Pupils can experience life in Tewkesbury through the centuries and explore the restoration story of the heritage centre and its residents by using portable media player technology and interpretation. Tours and visits can be adapted and individually tailored to the needs and age of your group or the topic you are currently studying.
- The maximum number of children for each workshop is 35.
- Workshops last approximately from one hour to one and half hours.
- All workshops contain elements which link across the curriculum and include practical activities.
- Tours and visits can be adapted to the needs of your group.
Making a visit
BookingAll school groups should be booked minimum of one week in advance. Booking form [30kb] Please call Rachel Thatcher, Heritage Centre Manager, to book a visit on +44 (0)1684 855040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org A confirmation form will be sent to you when you have made your booking.
Admission charges£2.50 per child for workshop sessions. Free admission for accompanying adults.
SupervisionWe request that to get the most from your visit to Tewkesbury Heritage Centre, schools observe the following ratios: Key stage 1 - one adult to six pupils Key stage 2 - one adult to ten pupils Key stage 3 /4 - one adult to 15 pupils While The Centre does not currently have a café area, we are located close to amenities. Within easy walking distance are public conveniences, cafés and restaurants.
Health and Safety
General hazard identification sheet [43kb]