Click to view resources, or right click and choose “Save Link As” to save to your computer.CYP Conf 18:Every Child Should CYP Conf 18: COAM CYP Conf 18: Commissioning Arts Award in Museums – Report
A report on The Arts Award in Museums Programme. Case Studies can be found below:
Arts Award in Museums – Case Study 1: Dacorum Heritage TrustArts Award in Museums – Case Study 2: Ancient House Museum of Thetford LifeArts Award in Museums – Case Study 3: Fitzwilliam Museum, UCMArts Award in Museums – Case Study 4: The Higgins Art Gallery & Museum, BedfordArts Award in Museums – Case Study 5: Luton CultureBiodiversity Conference 2013 Report
A report on the 2013 Biodiversity A-Level Conference at Norwich Castle, a model which can be adapted to suit other museums to support a variety of A-Level subjects.
Children & Young People Conference 2014 - Notes and Presentations
Presentations and breakout session notes from the 2nd Annual SHARE and ROH & NNF Bridges Children & Young People Conference on 12th March 2014 at Luton Hat Factory (click to expand).
Children & Young People Conference 2015 - Notes and PresentationsBreakout session notes from the 3rd Annual Children & Young People ConferenceSusan Raikes (British Museum) - Keynote presentationJo Roberts (GEM) - The Competent Professional: Establishing a Framework for Professional DevelopmentSteph Parmee (Gainsborough’s House) - New National Curriculum: Local History at MuseumsNollie Cacciatore and Francesca Pellegrino - Takeover Day 2014
Presentations and breakout session notes from the 3rd Annual SHARE and ROH & NNF Bridges Children & Young People Conference on 4th February 2015 at Coleridge Community College, Cambridge (click to expand).Developing Learning Programmes In Museums
Guidelines for smaller museums on how to provide quality learning services. SHARE Museums East with Learning staff from Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Luton museums services. Edited by Sally Ackroyd.Engaging Young Minds
Report exploring working with local authority Children and Young People’s Services. MLA, Renaissance. Ann Shreeve, 2009Family Learning Ideas Bank
Lots of tried and tested ideas to encourage family learning at your museum.Family Learning Presentation
PDF version of a Presentation by staff from eight museums involved in this Effective Museums programme. SHARE Museums East, 2012Fenland Five Toolkit
Preparing for the new primary curriculum: Supporting the Fenland Five Museums – a toolkit. Written by Judith Carruthers and Karen Chancellor, part of the Wide Skies project.Learning With Museum Objects
Wonderful Things: Learning With Museum Objects. 80 pages packed with inspiration and ideas including techniques, ideas and over 50 games for use with all ages. MLA/ Julian Vayne, Museum of Barnstaple and North Devon.Let’s Talk Museums
Review of an Early Years loan boxes project with museums in Suffolk.Looked After Young People
Case studies and recommendations on working with looked after young people. SHARE Museums East, 2011Museums As Learning Spaces
Case studies, findings and recommendations from SHARE Museums East’s work with small museums in the Eastern region (Judith Carruthers).Safeguarding for Museums: DBS Checks – Who Needs One?
Safeguarding for Museums: A Series of Short Guides. DBS Checks – Who Needs One? (Kathy Moore and Tom Bright, 2014)
More safeguarding guides will be added over time.Stepping Stones – Evaluation Report
Report into traineeship programme working with young people who are unemployed. Renaissance East of England/Discovery East.Stepping Stones – Studies In Partnership
Programme case studies into supporting young people facing unemployment. Renaissance East of England.Stepping Stones – Supporting Young People Into Work
Stepping Stones programme summary. Renaissance East of England.Stronger Together Report
Stronger Together: Langley Academy, Berkshire, describes itself as the only school in England with a Museum Learning Specialism. They have been working with the River and Rowing Museum, other schools and museums on an ACE funded project. Report by Judith Carruthers, May 2015.Working With Education Services
Essential briefing on working with local schools and academies. Beverly Jones, 2012Tips for Working with Secondary Schools
Tips for Working with Secondary Schools. Judith Carruthers (Museum Learning Consultant), 2015
Wide Skies Resources
Wide Skies was a three year project, commencing April 2011, concerned with recruiting and training volunteers in nine Cambridgeshire museums to work with their collections to develop learning activities within their communities. The below resources were developed as part of the project.
Evaluation report on the Wide Skies project (Dr Harriet Foster, December 2013)Wide Skies Project: Sharing the Learning
A resource for small and medium sized museums on the basics of volunteer management (Harriet Foster, May 2014)
Wide Skies Project: Appendix 1 – Volunteer HandbookWide Skies Project: Appendix 2 – Volunteer Recruitment & Development ProcessWide Skies Project: Appendix 3 – Volunteer Registration FormWide Skies Project: Appendix 3 – Volunteer Development Record