Education at The Hunt Museum means using the collection, expertise and enthusiasm of the museum and its partners to provide learning opportunities for the widest possible range of audiences and at all educational levels. We offer a variety of fun and educational tours, workshops and integrated learning sessions for primary school pupils. We believe that museums are a very special place for learning and engagement. Activities in the museum can complement the curriculum, inspire your class and increase their understanding of the past while providing a fun day of learning outside of the classroom.
Alongside our Museum programming we offer a range of different loan boxes and outreach programmes. Our Loan Boxes contain an array of handling material, activity resources, and Teacher Packets which can be used in the classroom to bring the past to life. These are suitable for use in both Primary (4th, 5th and 6th) and Post-primary settings.
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Artist(s): Jo-Anne Hine
Teachers(s): Fionnuala Bromell, Iain Burns, Diarmuid Hickey, Orfhlaith Prendergast
School/Group: Corpus Christi Primary School, Moyross, Limerick, Scoil Ide, Corbally Road, Limerick, St Anne’s Primary School, Rathkeale, Limerick
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The Hunt Museum, Limerick Museum and Limerick City Gallery of Art (LCGA) Deadline: 12 noon, 27 August 2020 The…
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The Hunt Museum Until 31st May 2018 As part of the Hunt Museum’s Sybil exhibition programme, primary and…