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  • Young Archaeologists' Club | Southend Museum
    on Sea Essex SS2 6NB Telephone 01702 212345 Email museums southend gov uk Find us Young Archaeologists Club Southend Museums YAC will be open to everyone aged 8 16 years as of October 2015 YAC clubs get involved in all sorts of activities including visiting and investigating archaeological sites and historic places trying out traditional crafts taking part in excavations learning about archaeological skills and methods and lots more Southend Museums YAC is based at Prittlewell Priory Visitor Centre and usually meets on the last Saturday of each month Membership will cost 2 per child per session If your child is interested in becoming a member of Southend Museums Young Archaeologists Club please fill out and return the YAC Membership form below to Southend Central Museum F A O Carol Hellyar Victoria Avenue Southend on Sea Essex SS2 6EW Or email your completed form to Carol Hellyar Volunteers The museums service is currently recruiting for volunteers to become branch assistants If you are interested in becoming a branch assistant then please contact the Volunteer Support Officer Toni Mair using the contact details provided Related Downloads YAC Membership Form doc Download Branch Assistant Application Form doc Download Historic Cliff Lift We

    Original URL path: http://www.southendmuseums.co.uk/page/Young-Archaeologists-Club (2016-04-24)
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  • The Portable Antiquities Scheme | Southend Museum
    but also by people whilst out walking gardening or going about their daily work These finds can be reported to your local Finds Liaison Officer who will be happy to explain in more detail how the process works The Finds Liaison Officer for Essex is Ben Paites You can contact Ben by phone on 01206 506961 or by email Ben Paites colchester gov uk Ben is not always available at the office at short notice so please ensure you contact him via phone or email to make an appointment in advance Alternatively it may be possible to pass objects to Ben via one of the counties district museums or at a metal detecting club It is important that this material is recorded so that we can advance our understanding of the past and so that we can educate future generations using this incredible resource Many research projects have been conducted using the material recorded on the PAS database allowing us to gain a much deeper understanding of our local and national history The Treasure Act Another aspect of the scheme s work is implementing the Treasure Act 1996 You have a legal obligation to report any found item that might fall under the Treasure Act within 14 days of discovery For the stipulations of the Treasure Act and to understand what constitutes Treasure please take a look here http finds org uk treasure In brief treasure can be any of the following An object of more than 10 gold or silver older than 300 years Two or more coins of more than 10 gold or silver older than 300 years Ten or more coins of less than 10 gold or silver older than 300 years Objects made of any material associated with objects of the above Any metal object that

    Original URL path: http://www.southendmuseums.co.uk/page/The-Portable-Antiquities-Scheme- (2016-04-24)
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  • Schools Home | Southend Museum
    Stage 2 KS2 and are also available in forms suitable for KS3 KS4 Most sessions can also be adapted to KS1 on request contact us for details Although there are obvious curriculum links for example Tudors Daily Life at Southchurch Hall with Tudor Life under the History curriculum there are also substantial cross curricula elements For example Design and Technology comes into The Round Sound Learning Show which also relates to aspects of Victorian life Risk Assessments Our pro forma risk assessments can be downloaded from this site Education Newsletter Our Autumn education newsletter is now available as a pdf for download Loan Boxes Loans boxes are available for a period of two weeks only and this may be restricted to one week in periods Loans cost 5 but are free to teachers on our e mailing list Please note failure to return a Loans Box after one week will entail a penalty fee of 1 per day This applies to teachers on our mailing list who would not have been charged for the initial week Costs Educational Pricing Activity Code A 2 90 per child Activity Code B 3 90 per child Activity Code C 4 90 per child Teachers may choose a single module or any combination according to personal requirements All sessions normally begin at 10am unless otherwise stated Please Note Accompanying adults teachers classroom assistants and an appropriate number of supporting parents are admitted free Schools only Topic Areas Topic Areas The Romans The Tudors The Victorians World War II The Seaside Local History Toys Archaeology Science Natural History What teachers are saying An awesome visit We had an excellent time very interesting and helpful Milton Hall Primary School Thank you so much we all had a wonderful time and learnt a great deal We hope

    Original URL path: http://www.southendmuseums.co.uk/page/Schools-Home (2016-04-24)
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  • Lifelong Learning | Southend Museum
    Archaeology British Prehistory The Saxons Mid Lufe Collections Donating Research On the Stour by John Constable Contact Quick Contact Prittlewell Priory Victoria Avenue Southend on Sea Essex SS2 6NB Telephone 01702 212345 Email museums southend gov uk Find us Lifelong Learning Historic Cliff Lift We will have some exciting news about our running of the Visit Central Central Museum houses the collections of local and natural history Visit Southchurch Southchurch

    Original URL path: http://www.southendmuseums.co.uk/page/Lifelong-Learning (2016-04-24)
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  • Romans | Southend Museum
    Telephone 01702 212345 Email museums southend gov uk Find us Romans A Day in the Life The Romans For pre booked School groups Using original objects from the collection supplemented with reproduction items the children explore everyday life from the time of the Romans from cooking ware to heating systems They can see traces of where Romans and their dogs have been Children are encouraged to handle genuine 2000 year old artefacts many of which were found locally The children also study the beliefs and stories of the Romans through a special Planetarium show that uses the constellations to explore the mythology of this fascinating period We particularly focus upon those constellations that are visible at the time of your visit to enable the children to find these from their own back gardens constellations that reveal stories that Roman children would have known well Finally your pupils will get an opportunity to complete their discovery of the Romans through worksheets related to our Roman displays Branch Central Museum Planetarium Duration 2 hours approx Maximum numbers 60 Cost Code B 3 90 per child Curriculum History chronological understanding historical interpretation and enquiry knowledge and understanding of events people and changes in the past Note This is designed to be a multi activity visit However the different elements handing session planetarium show are also available individually if required Roman Objects Loan Box Roman Objects Loan Box A topic loan to give you a range of objects to show Roman life The loan includes 4 original items Samian ware fragments roof tile part of mortarium pie dish fragments as well as 6 replica items Game oil lamp spoon beaker wax writing slab styli coins The loan also includes full supporting notes to help you plan the lesson and interpret the objects for the

    Original URL path: http://www.southendmuseums.co.uk/page/Romans (2016-04-24)
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  • Victorians | Southend Museum
    gov uk Find us Victorians A Day in the Life The Victorians Flora s Family For pre booked School Groups In this engaging session for schools we explore a day in the life of Flora who lives in the popular town for excursionists Southend on Sea Her family are quite well to do and she is friends with one of the servants young Alfred This session explores rich and poor in Victorian society and what was expected of children from different classes Use is made of original objects from the collection together with the stunning room settings portrayed in the museum During their visit the children will also learn about other aspects of Victorian life including Victorian science communication and other topics from the Victorian world Branch Central Museum Duration 1 hour 30 minutes approx Maximum Numbers 60 Cost Code B 3 90 per child Curriculum History chronological understanding historical interpretation and enquiry knowledge and understanding of events people and changes in the past Also includes elements of Science light sound Earth in space Harriet s Holiday This session exploring the seaside holiday of a Victorian girl is also an excellent session for pupils studying the Victorians Full details are

    Original URL path: http://www.southendmuseums.co.uk/page/Victorians (2016-04-24)
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  • The Tudors | Southend Museum
    Daily Life at Southchurch Hall For pre booked School groups Using the wonderful backdrop of Southchurch Hall children will become immersed in the world of the Tudors This popular session covers the following themes the rooms of the Manor house and how they were used rich and poor how food was cooked and eaten etiquette clothing natural materials Two children become Lord and Lady and three children become servants and a guard for the sessions Branch Southchurch Hall Duration Just over 2 hours Maximum numbers 30 Cost Code B 3 90per child Curriculum History chronological understanding historical interpretation and enquiry knowledge and understanding of events people and changes in the past Tudor Life rich and poor A Tudor Christmas Experience a Christmas from the time of the Tudors when Christmas trees were prickly mince pies were rectangular and tinsel was leaves Southchurch Hall once again comes to life with a wonderful and evocative visit into the past with Mummers plays stories and song This is a brilliant way to study the Tudors and a festive end to the term This session is designed for KS2 Branch Southchurch Hall Duration Just over 2 hours Maximum numbers 30 Cost Code B 3 90 per child Times Sessions at 10 00am and 1 00pm Curriculum History chronological understanding historical interpretation and enquiry knowledge and understanding of events people and changes in the past Tudor Life rich and poor Tudor Objects Loan Box Tudor Objects Loan Box This loan includes 12 replica items Pottery hand held torch Helmet pottery thumb pot pottery three handled Cistercian ware cup spoon made of cow horn spinning whorl 4 x coin Henry VII Henry VIII Edward VI Elizabeth I pottery Pounce Pot 4 x Tudor green ware fragments original jug handle original 2 x neck from Bellarmine jugs

    Original URL path: http://www.southendmuseums.co.uk/page/The-Tudors (2016-04-24)
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  • World War II | Southend Museum
    Mid Lufe Collections Donating Research On the Stour by John Constable Contact Quick Contact Prittlewell Priory Victoria Avenue Southend on Sea Essex SS2 6NB Telephone 01702 212345 Email museums southend gov uk Find us World War II A Day in the Life World War II William s War For pre booked School groups William lives in Southend when the War starts Southend becomes a target for German bombing and William and his friends have to be evacuated Using original objects from the collection plus photographs children learn about Southend during the War and how it affected local children of the time Themes explored include the context of Southend during the War years evacuation make do and mend dig for victory and ends with accounts from local children read aloud by the visiting children One child becomes William for the session Branch Central Museum Duration 45 minutes approx Maximum Numbers 30 Cost Code A 2 90 per child Curriculum History chronological understanding historical interpretation and enquiry knowledge and understanding of events people and changes in the past Historic Cliff Lift We will have some exciting news about our running of the Visit Central Central Museum houses the collections of local and

    Original URL path: http://www.southendmuseums.co.uk/page/World-War-II (2016-04-24)
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