A sample of our work enjoyed in museums or online today:
The Royal Collections Trust What: Two full colour interactive games to :
Interpret and bring to life the role, history and architecture of Buckingham Palace
Enable families to engage with the role of monarchy and Buckingham Palace within a challenging, educational and fun activity based game.
Enable families to sit down, enjoy themselves and reflect on what they’ve seen.
How: In four weeks we researched and designed two fully interactive games and spinners for children to enjoy at Buckingham Palace's Family Pavilion during the summer months.
Helen created characters and illustrations for each of the landmarks on the Queen's journey. We watched families enjoy the games- the spinners were a hit!
The procession game will move to the Mews. We are pleased to say we are now completing a new project-a table mounted game for the new learning room.
The National Maritime Museum What: Research and create resources for the online teacher toolkit Stories from the Sea - a partnership between the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, and Time and Tide Museum in Great Yarmouth. It supports the development of children’s writing, exploring local and national maritime past through world-class museum collections, intriguing stories and unforgettable characters.
Consult with collections teams, primary teachers and
children and trial activities in the classroom
Collate and refine existing
resources, activities & ideas
Draft an initial set of ideas and
activities for teachers focusing on online collections of objects, paintings and manuscripts from the
NMM and Time and Tide collections and the theme of Pirates.
Drawing up a comprehensive book list
relating to using Museums to inspire writing and the theme of pirates