Our student panel consists of students aged 18-25. The student panel meets regularly during term time to work on a variety of projects and provides a great for developing a range of transferable skills. Recent projects include:
Through our Countryside Forum we are meeting and collaborating with a diverse range of people who have direct experience of the countryside, building relationships and listening to their stories and experiences, ensuring that the museum reflects contemporary stories. If you live and work in the countryside and would like to share your experiences with us, then please get in touch, we would love to hear from you.
Our Family Forum is an opportunity for local families to get involved in the work of the museum and have their say on our current and future plans. Sessions are fun, informal, suitable for all ages and help ensure that we are appealing to local families. Refreshments are provided. We are particularly keen to welcome people who have not visited the museum before.
Our Teachers Panel is a chance for teachers to share their views and shape our learning programmes. It is a forum for primary, secondary, SEN teachers and trainee teachers. With exclusive opportunities to engage with our object, archive and library collections, as a member of our panel you will help steer and shape the MERL learning programmes. Twilight meetings will take place on a quarterly basis and free refreshments will be provided.
Book your place at our launch event on October 5th when we will unveil some of our collections, showcase past projects and tell you more about membership of our Teachers Panel.
For more information on how to join any of our forums, please contact our Audience Development Project Manager, Phillippa Heath, at email@example.com