Whilst the Maritime Museum and the Arctic Corsair are closed, we have been working with Heritage Learning to create an exciting programme of maritime-themed outreach activities and resources available to Hull Curriculum member schools.
What is the Hull Curriculum?
The Hull Curriculum will empower you to teach all periods of history through Hull’s incredible people places and events that have had local, national and global impact. Your children will develop a sound understanding of what makes their city great, promoting a real sense of pride and aspiration.
Accessed through an annual subscription, The Hull Curriculum provides you with the tools and high quality resources to teach and inspire your pupils. Schools are invited to join at a level which suits their school’s need and budget:
Level 1 our ‘Hull Curriculum: Standard Digital Package’
Level 2, our ‘Hull Curriculum: Premium Exhibition Package’
Interactive Digital Platform
All members have exclusive access to an online digital platform www.hull-curriculum.com, that hosts a minimum of 20 key histories as voted for by a panel of Hull Teachers. The platform will unlock the secrets of Hull’s global significance across the centuries through exclusive access to an outstanding array of source material and teaching ideas.
Every year you will have the opportunity to participate in exclusive free workshops, linked to investigations of selected key histories
Annual Celebration Exhibition [Premium Members]
As a Premium level Hull Curriculum member, we want to recognise and celebrate your school’s commitment to connecting your children with their local heritage. Each school that takes part in a Pop-Up Exhibition will have the opportunity to showcase your children’s learning outputs. Your pupils’ work will take pride of place in an annual exhibition in the Museums Quarter helping to celebrate their achievements
In School Pop-Up Exhibitions [Premium Members]
These professional quality exhibitions linked to a selection of the key histories will be available to loan for a half term, included will be display plinths with a selection of objects, exhibition panels and large character cut-outs featuring illustrations of the key history. These highly visual exhibitions are designed to fire up your children’s curiosities and act as a memorable springboard into investigation of the associated history.
If you’re not a Hull Curriculum school yet contact School.Membership@hcandl.co.uk
to find out how you can sign up and get access to this inspirational resource.
Hull Maritime Project: Primary School Teachers' Panel
Would you like to become part of our Hull Maritime - Primary School Teachers Panel? We are looking to add two local primary teachers with a background in STEAM subjects or who work as a Science or Maths subject lead for our future meetings.
The teacher’s panel is supporting Hull Maritime and Heritage Learning staff in the development and creation of an on-site learning programme at our new Maritime Museum and North End Shipyard sites. In return, participating teachers and schools will be reimbursed for their time and enjoy several unique benefits, such as priority access to upcoming maritime learning programmes.
If you would like more information or to join the panel, please get in touch with Chris at email@example.com or phone 01482 615517.