Located in a Grade II* listed mansion house, which was Headquarters Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain, Bentley Priory Museum offers a unique and inspiring learning environment for young people. Our bespoke school sessions will enhance your students learning about World War II and the Battle of Britain and support your students to develop important historical enquiry skills. Local history sessions are also available for Key Stage 2. Please select the appropriate link for more information about school visits:
- Primary Schools Programme
- Primary School Outreach Programme
- Secondary Schools & Sixth Form Colleges Programme
- Essential Information & FAQs
Just £4 per student for a full day’s facilitation.
Booking Your Visit
All school visits must be booked in advance. To discuss booking a visit, please contact our Learning Officer, Sarah Nicol on 020 3837 6825, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
As part of our temporary exhibition, “Dowding and WWI: The Making of a Commander”, which was on display at the museum July – November 2017, we have created a downloadable resource for teachers studying World War One with their students. To view the resources, please click here.
“I would highly recommend this trip to any school studying World War II and the Battle of Britain” Year 5 Teacher