Using the appeal and accessibility of football to reach a diverse audience is key to the work of our Learning and Communities team. The sessions below can be adapted for groups with a wide range of requirements and learning backgrounds.
Football and Maths are perfect team-mates! First Division uses the unique hook of football to build confidence in numeracy. This fun interactive session is aimed at young people with low ability and confidence in maths.
See www.nationalfootballmuseum.com/firstdivision for more details or to purchase First Division resources for your organisation
Maximum group size: 15
Charge: £60 per session
Length of session: 1 hour
These workshops use the power and excitement of football as a vehicle to develop literacy skills.
Take part in an interactive performance with one of our poets, followed by a poetry workshop using repetition, chants, simple choruses and football clichés. Children develop confidence and literacy skills using techniques such as kenning, haiku and acrostic poems.
Maximum group size: 35
Charge: £3.50 per pupil
Length of session: 2 hours
Take a closer look at the history of football with your own tour guide. Discover the stories behind our amazing objects including the 1966 World Cup ball, Maradona’s Hand of God shirt and the first ever England international shirt.
Min group size: 10 (max 20 per tour)
Charge: £3.50 per person
Duration: 1 hour
British Values Resource Pack– Use the resources below to inspire discussion and debate around the five core values of democracy, rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance.
Memory Trail– Be inspired by our objects and galleries for stories from the past to aid reminiscence sessions.
If you would like to make a booking to bring a group or require further information please call 0161 8718 176 to speak to our Groups and Learning Co-ordinator or email firstname.lastname@example.org