Digital Schools Sessions

Let us bring our museums to your classroom.

Digital Schools Sessions

Our new Digital Schools Sessions bring the museum to your classroom. Our free, live sessions are led by our team of Enablers and will cover the most requested topics by teachers such as Second World War at the National Museum of Flight, ancient Egypt, Dinosaurs and the Romans

How they work 

Each live Microsoft Teams session will give pupils the unique opportunity to see museum objects up close and find out their stories. Pupils can also ask questions and take part in different activities before and after the session. 

See our FAQs for full information about our sessions.

How to book 

Sessions are bookable via Eventbrite - see each individual session page for more information.   

  • Once booked you will be sent a confirmation email 
  • Prior to your session you will be sent a link to the live event, pre-session activities and any other key information you need to know 
  • On the day you need to click on this link to take you into the live broadcast.  
  • After the session, you’ll be sent a follow up email with additional resources and an online questionnaire.  

Read our FAQs to find out more.

Sessions available to book

Additional dates and sessions will be released in late October.

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Dinosaurs!

Learn what a palaeontologist does and find out about the amazing dinosaurs we have at National Museums Scotland. Suitable for P2-4 classes.

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Second World War: Meet the Pilot

Our costumed interpreter will explain how the RAF flight crew dressed, from flying jackets to secret silk maps. Suitable for P6-7 classes.

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The Romans

An exploration of ancient Rome through modern objects and their Roman equivalents.

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Ancient Egypt: Mummification and the Afterlife

Join our Enablers to find out about mummification and the journey to the afterlife through five very special objects.

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