The Staffordshire Regiment Museum offers an outstanding learning facility to tell the story of the service and sacrifice. We can help your students develop their First World War and Second World War history studies. The visit meets KS1, KS2 and KS3 standards, and all workshops are interactive, hands on and offers first-hand accounts.
Being the home of the Staffordshire Regiment, stories of local heroes will also support your local studies sessions.
School visits take place at the Museum Tuesday-Thursday
Your sessions will run from 10am until 12.30pm.
Facilities are available for lunch on site.
Capacity: Our maximum capacity per day is 60 pupils.
All learning experiences will include:
– Free coach parking
– Space to store coats and bags
– Exclusive use of our classroom facilities
– Facilities for lunch
– Workshops with education guides in period uniform
– Use of the museum building and grounds at the end of your sessions.
We can be flexible with timings and session lengths so please contact us to discuss your requirements.
We recommend that teachers attend ahead of their trip for a free familiarisation visit. Please book this with the office at your time of booking.
School staff and supporting adults are responsible for the behaviour of students during the visit.
Fully Facilitated visits are priced at £6 a head (incl VAT)
You will be invoiced after your visit for payment.
Teachers and Helpers are free of charge.
Please contact the Museum Education Officer to book your visit or send an email to;
Tele: 01543 434394
Self-Guided visits are charged at normal museum admission rates.
There are free downloadable museum activity packs for KS1 and KS2
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