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Educational visits

Plan your education visit with these education packs

Resources

Education is extremely important to the Centre so we have produced some education packs for you to use.  There should be resources here for you whether you are bringing your family or a large school group.

Interact Topic Based Music Scheme

Interact is a Topic based Music Scheme consisting of software modules for the Interactive whiteboard and touch screen. All the modules have detailed lesson plans and resources included and easy to use.
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Home Front resources pack

Home Front Teachers pack to accompany the learning resources available for the Home Front exhibition. Teachers are welcome to download this file and make copies of the worksheets. This teachers pack includes a list of the items in the resource pack, information for teachers/teaching assistants and suggested activity worksheets.
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Museum teacher's pack

This education pack covers most museum exhibits such as the Lancaster, the control tower, the hangar and the escape museum with a task sheet for the children.
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School feedback letters

Letters from school pupils after their visit.
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School Visits

The Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre believes that education and information are the key to keeping the memories of the men and women of Bomber Command alive and making sure the ultimate sacrifice made by so many will never be forgotten.

WWII is now back on the school curriculum for Key Stage 3 children. The Home Front exhibition at the Centre covers most of the areas the children need to cover in the syllabus, with exhibits on rationing, air raid shelters, evacuation, the home guard and the land army.

School visits
If you are bringing a school to visit the Centre we have resources packs available for use in the Home Front exhibition. These packs consist of physical items which can be used to show and teach the children about life in the Second World War, for example a pair of trousers have been shortened to show how people adapted them into shorts rather than throwing them away. There is a teacher's pack to accompany the home front resources which can be downloaded from this website.