Key Stage 1

The following taught sessions are offered for KS1 students: Extreme Environments (90 minutes) How have people adapted to extreme environments such as deserts, jungles or polar regions? How do these environments impact their way of life and culture? These are

Key Stage 5

The following taught session is offered for KS5 students: Anthropology, Archaeology and Identity (90 minutes) This discussion based session examines the relationship between museums and people, as well as current issues with collection, curation and repatriation. Students will learn how

Key Stage 4

The following taught sessions are offered for KS4 students: Museum of Me (60 minutes) What is the role of Museum’s in society? How should Museums use objects to represent other cultures? How can objects help construct and display identity? These

Key Stage 3

The following taught sessions are offered for KS3 students: Museum of Me (60 minutes) What is the role of museums in society? How should museums use objects to represent other cultures? How do objects help construct and display identity? These

Key Stage 2

The following taught sessions are offered for KS2 students: *NEW FOR 2018 -19* Postcard to the Pacific (90 minutes) How did the objects at MAA get all the way to Cambridge? Who brought them here and why? What’s the point

Visiting with an Autistic child

The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (MAA) actively encourages all visitors to the Museum, including people on the autistic spectrum. We have prepared the following information to help you plan for your visit. We hope that it will help to

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