Pupils will meet Henrietta Augusta Devine and hear all about the invention of the microscope, the importance of clean drinking water and water related diseases such as cholera.
- Pupils will begin to understand the social and economic implications of science.
- Pupils will develop an awareness of the implications of science in the past, today and the future.
- Pupils will develop an awareness of the past and will gain a understanding of a local history event beyond 1066.
- Pupils will begin to understand the concept of chronology.
Session that work well with this:
With a core focus on history and science the museum is a fantastic space for pupils to discover and learn in a unique environment.
The London Museum of Water and Steam offers a number of educational session specifically tailored to the National Curriculum
The London Museum of Water and Steam has lots to offer families. Explore the Museum with Splash the Cat, take a ride on our Steam Locomotive, and dress up as a train driver.
Join the Clever Cogs team and explore themes of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths though creative activities.