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Enjoy our joint visit initiative and combine a group visit to PHM with a visit to another Manchester venue

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PHM and the Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) are just ten minutes’ walk away from each other and we’re working together to make visiting both museums even easier.  You can mix and match any available half day sessions at both museums to create one full day visit in Manchester.

Further information and how to book:

  • We will help you to plan your visits and will co-ordinate your bookings at both museums
  • For more information or to make a booking, please contact PHM’s Learning Team via our Learning Enquiry Form or call 0161 838 9190 or email learning@phm.org.uk.

National Justice Museum Education  National Justice Museum Education

Working with National Justice Museum Education the museum is offering a full day learning experience looking at the suffragettes.

The morning of this full day session takes place at PHM, where learners will take part in the Living History workshop The Hard Way Up – A Suffragette’s Story, meeting Hannah Mitchell, a working class suffragette and local councillor.  The workshop uses performance, interactive drama and gallery exploration and links directly to the National Curriculum.

In the afternoon learners will take part in a legal educational workshop led by National Justice Museum Education at Manchester Crown Court, where they will have the chance to re-enact a trial based on a real life suffragette case.

In this full day session learners will:

  • Learn about the campaign for votes for women and the suffragettes
  • Learn about life in the late 1800s and early 1900s
  • Be introduced to Manchester Crown Court
  • Explore roles in a courtroom
  • Enact a historical trial based on a real case
  • Use drama techniques to explore difficult and challenging situations
  • Learn about the effectiveness of different forms of protest
  • Discuss and debate reaching a verdict and consider sentencing options
  • Meet law students to explore pathways into legal studies/careers, and find out more about their day-to-day lives at university

Further information and how to book:

  • This full day session links directly to the National Curriculum: History, Drama, English, Citizenship, SMSC and PSHE
  • This activity costs £11 per learner
  • For more information or to make a booking, please contact education@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk  or call 0115 9939811