Foxhunting: Past, Present, Future? has produced National Curriculum linked resources for use by teachers and students in schools.
The resources, developed in consultation with teachers, focus on Citizenship, the Humanities and English at Key Stage 3, with additional opportunities for students at Key Stage 2 and 4.
Melton Carnegie Museum also offers educational services for visiting groups. Pre-booked sessions can provide opportunities for enhanced learning through closer interaction with real and replica museum objects.
For more information please contact the museum on tel. 0116 305 3860 or download the School Booking Form (Word document, 29KB).
The teaching resources comprise four themed lessons with suggested activities, activity sheets, supporting resources, a timeline and a glossary.
Information for Teachers
|Teachers notes (114KB)||Word|
|Curriculum links overview (123KB)||Word|
|Virtual collections resources overview (103KB)||Word|
|Oral history overview (135KB)||Word|
|Exploring viewpoints (96KB)||Word|
|Protest campaigns (93KB)||Word|
|Reading between the lines (97KB)||Word|
|Changing places (95KB)||Word|
Teachers and students can download the Activity Sheets which are grouped according to the four themed lessons.
Go to Activity Sheets
Teachers and students can download Information sheets from this page to support the four themed lessons.
|Did you know? (200KB)||Word|
|Different viewpoints (336KB)||Word|
|The movement to ban hunting (100KB)||Word|
|Who's who? (132KB)||Word|
|Useful websites (106KB)||Word|
Page Last Updated: 15 January 2011