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RAF Museum opens Autumn learning programme

Posted 5 October 2020 · Add Comment

The RAF Museum Access and Learning team have announced the launch of the Autumn learning programme.

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As the Royal Air Force Museum continues to support British schools and inspire students to soar, it is now offering an exciting range of new online workshops in addition to workshops delivered on-site at the Museum, whilst also accepting self-guided school visits.

RAF Museum is offering the first workshop for free – both onsite and online.

Online offer:

  • Second World War - Battle of Britain
  • Second World War - Spirit of the Blitz
  • Flying Equipment Through The Ages
  • STEM - Parachutes - Science of Forces and Motion


  • STEM - Rockets - Science of Forces and Motion
  • Second World War - Battle of Britain
  • Second World War - Spirit of the Blitz
  • Artefacts of the Cold War

For further details  visit the Royal Air Force Museum website at

Due to COVID-19, all schools must pre-book.
To book a visit or an online session, please email:


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