We would like to thank the following schools for visiting The Manchester Museum between 4th & 8th Oct 2010

 Abbots Ford Prep, Urmston

Image, The entrance to The Manchester Museum

Barnsley Academy, Kenray

Beechwood Primary, Crewe

Bradshaw High, Cheadle Hulme

Bury Grammar Boys

Cranberry Primary, Alsager

Cyces School, Cheadle

Delph Primary, Oldham

Holmes Chapel Primary

Holy Cross College, Bury

Malpas Alport Primary

Manchester Grammar School

St Josephs Primary, Stoke on Trent

Wellgate Primary, South Yorkshire

William Reynolds Junior, Shropshire

YSGOL in Derwenfa, Leeswood

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2 thoughts on “We would like to thank the following schools for visiting The Manchester Museum between 4th & 8th Oct 2010

  1. We are still working on activities launched by our experience at Manchester Museum. As a result of the great work that was instigated there, the Science department will be taking students back to Manchester to visit other areas of interest.

    The students are still talking about the Loch Ness Monster and that Cyclops. The thought processes have been running wild and there are some interesting theories………………

  2. Hi Jane

    We really appreciate your comments on your visit to Manchester Museum and the fact that the children enjoyed it so much.

    We hope that the children will bring their friends and family and visit Manchester Museum, during the October half term, when their are lots of ‘Big Saturdays’ and drop in events. Please look at our website- http://www.museum.manchester.ac.uk for details.

    We also hope that you will visit us again as a school group.

    Thanks once again for feedback.

    Nora Callaghan

    Education Booking Coordinator
    0161 275 2630

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