Brownie, Guides, Cubs, Scout and Woodcraft Folk visits

Specially designed visits for groups

 

The Peace Museum now offers special visits for Brownies, Guides, Cubs and Scouts. Beavers and Rainbow groups are also welcome. These visits can take place in the evenings and can last up to 1.5 hours and include a workshop session with the Learning and Engagement Officer and time to explore the museum.

Workshop Details: Global Peaceful Citizens.

This session looks at peace, human rights and children’s rights. It explores the UN’s role in upholding human rights, and making the world a peaceful place for all. The session looks at peace symbols, such as the UN symbol, the Olympic rings and the dove, and the participants then design their own symbol and share it with the rest of the group.

Badges: The workshop can help towards achieving the following badges;

Brownies – World Issues

Guides – Peace Badge and World Issues

Scouts – World Challenge Award and Global Issues Activity Badge

Cubs -World Challenge Award and Global Issues Activity Badge.

Pre and post activity ideas which can be done in group can be provided to help achieve the steps required to achieve the badges.

Cost: A suggested minimum donation of £2 per child to cover staff time and material costs.

Booking: Booking is required, please contact Shannen Lang, shannen.lang@peacemuseum.org.uk to discuss your requirements.

 

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