Category Archives: Learning and education

Developing Need for Speed

I am a part time Explainer and part time Learning Content Developer here at the National Railway Museum. As an Explainer I am out on the museum floor working with a wide variety of audiences delivering a wide variety of … Continue reading

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Discovering the First World War through our archive

This post is written by Claire Marston, our Learning Partnership Co-ordinator. In the last month, staff from the National Railway Museum learning team have had a fantastic time working with local schools on our First World War learning programme. We … Continue reading

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Designing an interactive Rocket and a wall panel that makes sounds

Our new Little Play Station for under 5s is proving very popular with our youngest visitors. Creating the area was an exciting challenge and involved working with several external companies to bring our ideas to life. One of these companies … Continue reading

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Explore, Build, Move, Pretend

This blog is written by designer Rachel McCluskey We’re visited by huge numbers of families every year, and many of our youngest visitors are also our most enthusiastic. So here in the design team, we’ve been busy working with the … Continue reading

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Teachers on track

This is a guest post written by three student teachers on their Settings Outside of School placement; Christopher Prior, Danny Reynolds and Martin Blenkinsop. Hi! We’re three aspiring trainee teachers from York St John University and we spent a week … Continue reading

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