Classroom sessions by the Chartwell team

Reinforce your classroom work with our creative learning sessions. Explore the life of Winston Churchill, and the importance of Chartwell, in an engaging and hands-on workshop. Our learning sessions are offered free of charge to schools within a 10 mile radius of Chartwell, but in some circumstances we can travel up to an hour.

We come to you - for free

All our learning sessions are free of charge and we'll even come to your school. All you have to do is choose what learning session you want and it couldn't be easier to organise.

We travel to schools within a 10 mile radius of Chartwell (TN16 1PS) but in some cases we can travel up to an hour.

Due to restricted indoor space at Chartwell, we are unable to offer these sessions at the property.

How to book

Contact our Learning Team on learning.chartwell@nationaltrust.org.uk or 01732 861140 to apply today.

When to book

Our school sessions are available to book on Mondays and Wednesdays throughout term time.

Primary learning

We offer both KS1 and KS2 sessions which explore Churchill as an Artist, a Leader and a Local figure.

These sessions are planned to match outcomes for the KS1 Important People and KS2 Local History units as well as Art, PHSE, Citizenship and English links.

Primary learning sessions (2 hours)

New for September 2018

Need a quick fix? We also offer 20 minute assemblies

Secondary & further education


We are currently working with local schools to develop sessions and resources.

We'd love to hear your ideas and thoughts. If you’d like to be involved please get in touch with our learning team.

Home-educators

Our learning sessions aren't restricted to the classroom. If you’d like to book a session for your home-educator network please get in touch with our learning team.

Want to know more?

For more details please contact our Learning Officer on: learning.chartwell@nationaltrust.org.uk or 01732 861140.

 

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