Chair: Rachel Tranter, GEM
Speakers: Kate Fellows and Emily Nelson, Leeds Museums & Galleries and Frances Jeens, Director, Jewish Museum London and Samuel Fieldhouse, Education & Community Manager Wessex Archaeology

The last two years have been challenging times for schools and the museum learning sector with the disruption caused by Covid-19, concern around safety and wellbeing, and interruption to learning for young people. The pandemic has, however, resulted in some positive outcomes – in particular the development of digital innovation leading to new ways of working. This session will explore the breadth of opportunities that working with schools presents, including the future of onsite learning, digital and blended learning, local curriculum planning support, co-curation and sustainable partnerships.

May 12 @ 14:00
14:00 — 14:40 (40′)

Recording Available, Theatre 1

GEM, Jewish Museum London, Leeds Museums & Galleries, Talks, Wessex Archaelogy