Online Learning

Did you know that digital versions of our most popular workshops and Learning resources are all available to download? Discover curriculum based online resources for KS1, KS2, KS3, Further Education and Higher Education, as well as free educational games and activities.

HIGHER EDUCATION

Self-Guided Visits

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Explore the Museum at your own pace while using our worksheets. We have created these subject-specific resources for university students to encourage critical reflection and deeper engagement with the collection. Worksheet topics to choose from include Business Studies, Communications, Marketing and more. Download and print your selected worksheet(s) and bring enough copies for your learners. Please note advance booking is essential for group visits. Prices are listed in our booking information.

From March 2020, don’t forget to include our new exhibition, When Brands Take a Stand, in your university visit. Discover the most inspirational and debated advertising campaigns that take a stand for diversity, inclusion, environmentalism, health, wellbeing and human rights with your students. Ideal for trips from brand management, through to marketing and design, we will ask whether brands are genuinely seeking to make a positive impact, or simply using social issues as a marketing tactic. Free exhibition worksheet on brand activism available for download.

Self-Guide Worksheets

Workshops

Brand Evolution Challenge

Students learn about the purpose of packaging and the development of supermarket brands from Victorian times to present day. After undertaking research from the Museum’s collection, students work in groups to improve  packaging designs in relation to consumer habits and market trends.

Sustainability in Packaging

A workshop with environmentalism at its centre, this one hour session will help students to explore historic and contemporary packaging created by our favourite brands, before investigating alternatives to single-use plastics and high waste levels. Students then design their own products looking towards the future with sustainability as their focus.

 

Customer Profiling

Students discover how and why brands develop a customer profile. While working on a given product, students produce an in-depth profile of both its typical customer and an alternative customer. Students then create posters to compare the needs of these different markets, thus improving their understanding of how a brand might position itself.

Gender in Advertising

This workshop focuses on the construction of gender roles and encourages learners to be critically aware of the social and ethical impacts of design and advertising throughout the 20th and 21st century. Students produce a poster for a product which demonstrates an increased awareness of gender stereotypes in the media.

GCSE + FURTHER EDUCATION

Self-Guided Visits

Explore the Museum at your own pace while using our worksheets. We have created these subject-specific resources for GCSE, A-Level and BTEC students to encourage critical reflection and deeper engagement with the collection. Worksheet topics include Business Studies, Economics, Sociology, Media Studies and more. Download and print your selected worksheet(s) and bring enough copies for your learners. Please note advance booking is essential for group visits. Prices are listed in our booking information.

From March 2020, don’t forget to include our new exhibition, When Brands Take a Stand, in your self-guided visit. Discover the most inspirational and debated advertising campaigns that take a stand for diversity, inclusion, environmentalism, health, wellbeing and human rights with your students. Ideal for students of branding, marketing, advertising and design, we will ask whether brands are genuinely seeking to make a positive impact, or simply using social issues as a marketing tactic. Free exhibition worksheet on brand activism available for download.

Self-Guide Worksheets

Workshops

Brand Evolution Challenge

Students learn about the purpose of packaging and the development of supermarket brands over the past 150 years. After undertaking research from the Museum’s collection, students work in groups to improve  packaging designs in relation to consumer habits and market trends.

Curriculum links include:

  • GCSE: Art & Design and Business
  • BTEC: Creative Media Production: Print-Based Media
  • A-Level: Graphic Design and Business

Graphic Design and Packaging

Similar to the Brand Evolution Challenge, this creative workshop encourages students to think about how packaging graphics have changed over the years and how graphics are used to communicate key messages to the consumer. Students work in groups to improve on the graphics of a current UK product.

Curriculum links include:

  • GCSE: Art & Design and Business
  • BTEC: Creative Media Production: Print-Based Media
  • A-Level: Graphic Design and Business

Customer Profiling

Students are introduced to the concept of customer profiling. Working on a product from the Museum collection, students produce an in-depth profile of both its typical customer and an alternative customer. Students then create collaged images to express the differences between the two customers.

Curriculum links include:

  • GCSE: Business, Art & Design, and PHSE
  • BTEC: Enterprise, Marketing and Business
  • A-Level: Business, Economics and Graphic Design

Sustainability in Packaging

A workshop with environmentalism at its centre, this one hour session will help students to explore historic and contemporary packaging created by our favourite brands, before investigating alternatives to single-use plastics and high waste levels. Students then design their own products looking towards the future with sustainability as their focus.

Curriculum links include:

Science, History, Geography, Citizenship and Design and Technology

KEY STAGE THREE

Self-Guided Visits

Explore the Museum at your own pace. We have created subject-specific resources for secondary school students which have been designed to help focus your group visit and encourage learners to engage more deeply with the collection. Worksheet topics include Business Studies, Economics, Sociology, Media Studies and more. Download and print your chosen worksheets and bring enough copies for your learners. Please note advance booking is essential for group visits. Prices are listed in our booking information.

From March 2020, don’t forget to include our new exhibition, When Brands Take a Stand, in your self-guided visit. Discover the most inspirational and debated advertising campaigns that take a stand for diversity, inclusion, environmentalism, health, wellbeing and human rights with your students. Ideal as an introduction to brand activism, with curriculum links to citizenship, politics, business, sociology, psychology, and art and design, we will ask whether brands are genuinely seeking to make a positive impact, or simply using social issues as a marketing tactic. Free exhibition worksheet on brand activism available for download.

Workshops

Brand Evolution Challenge

Students learn about the purpose of packaging and the development of supermarket brands over time. After undertaking research in the Museum, students work in groups to improve on current packaging design trends before presenting their work to the class.

Curriculum links include: Art & Design and Business

Graphic Design & Packaging

Similar to the Brand Evolution Challenge, this creative workshop encourages students to think about how packaging graphics have changed over the years and how graphics are used to communicate key messages to the consumer.

Curriculum links include: Graphics, Art & Design and Business

Sustainability in Packaging

A workshop with environmentalism at its centre, this one hour session will help students to explore historic and contemporary packaging created by our favourite brands, before investigating alternatives to single-use plastics and high waste levels. Students then design their own products looking towards the future with sustainability as their focus.

Curriculum links include: Science, History, Geography, Citizenship and Design and Technology

PRIMARY SCHOOLS

Self-Guided Visits

Explore the Museum as a group at your own pace. We have created two teaching resources for key stage one and two teachers about Food and Shopping and Toys and Games. These resources are designed to help teachers engage their students in the collection and ask thought-provoking questions to introduce them to the role packaging and brands play in our lives. Advanced booking is essential. Prices are listed in our booking information.

From March 2020, don’t forget to include our new exhibition, When Brands Take a Stand, in your self-guided visit. Discover the most inspirational and debated advertising campaigns that take a stand for diversity, inclusion, environmentalism, health, wellbeing and human rights with your students. The perfect way to introduce the topic of brand purpose and the role brands can play in society, the exhibition includes strong links to the national curriculum including design and technology, history, English, citizenship and PSHE. Free exhibition worksheet for primary schools available for download.

Workshops

Chocolate Packaging Design

A creative design workshop which introduces students to the purpose of packaging before asking them to create their own chocolate bar products. Students conduct market research in the collection before creating chocolate packaging designs targeted to a specific audience.

  • Links to the curriculum include Literacy, Art & Design and Numeracy.

Chocolate Product Devising & Branding

A maths and enterprise-focused interactive session in which learners brand and market a new chocolate product. After costing their product according to which ingredients to include, learners decide how to invest their marketing budget in relation to their target audience.

  • Links to the curriculum include Numeracy, Literacy and PHSE.

Consumer History

Featuring consumer items from over 150 years of British consumer history, learners are split into groups to work together as detective historians to explore the materiality, imagery and narrative of objects. This session enables students to use consumer history as a tool to understand chronological social history.

  • Links to the curriculum include History, Art & Design and PHSE.

Sustainability in Packaging

A workshop with environmentalism at its centre, this one hour session will help students to explore historic and contemporary packaging created by our favourite brands, before investigating alternatives to single-use plastics and high waste levels. Students then design their own products looking towards the future with sustainability as their focus.

  • Links to the curriculum include Science and Design and Technology

EARLY YEARS

Self-Guided Visits

Explore the Museum as a group at your own pace while using our teaching resources. We have created two resources for key stage one and two teachers about Food and Shopping and Toys and Games. These resources are designed to help teachers engage their students in the collection by asking questions about the role packaging and brands play in our lives. Advanced booking is essential. Prices are listed in our booking information.

Self-Guide Worksheets

Workshops

Let’s Go Shopping is a playful and explorative workshop which uses storytelling, craft & play to engage with healthy food, buying and selling. This workshop involves a group market activity and setting up your very own market stall ready for business. Links to the Early Years Development Framework include Communication and language, Physical development, Literacy and Numeracy.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

Students visiting from overseas can learn about British consumer culture in our workshops, or by exploring the Museum as a self-guided visit using our free worksheets. These worksheets are available translated.

Self-guided worksheets:

Worksheets for high school or university students available in French, Spanish, German, Italian and Mandarin.

HOME EDUCATORS

From early years through to further education we welcome home educating families to the Museum for dedicated home educator days and self-guided visits.

TALKS

We run a stimulating programme of talks designed to provide insights and inspire debate on the topical, the innovative, and even the quirky in branding, marketing, advertising and design. Our world class programme features talks by key industry experts and provides a valuable education at all levels, from those commencing their careers, to the most experienced practitioners, making each event a valuable networking opportunity. Talks also take place in the Museum’s unique setting, offering access to displays showcasing brands, packaging and advertising from Victorian period to present day, the perfect way get inspired before hearing from the experts!

MAKE A STUDENT GROUP BOOKING

Booking Information and Prices

Team

Learning Team

020 7243 9610

 

Timing: Visits last approximately 2 hours

Teacher Preview: We welcome preparatory visits from teachers and lecturers who have booked a learning session and allocate one free visit per booking.

Access: The Museum is fully accessible and has disabled facilities.

Self-Guided Visit Group

Admission prices are as follows

Students 16 and under:

£4.50

Students 17 and over:

£6.30

Accompanying staff:

£8.10

Workshops for Universities

1-hour workshops

£225

up to 15 students.

Any additional students:
£15

Maximum of 25 students per workshop

These prices include Museum admission and up to 3 free staff places (£8.10 for any additional staff)

Workshops for Schools

1-hour workshops

£180

up to 25 students.

Any additional students: 
£9

Maximum of 30 students per workshop

These prices include Museum admission and up to 3 free staff places (£8.10 for any additional staff)

Continue your visit

After exploring the Museum, why not continue your visit? Follow our trail, created in partnership with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Council, to discover Portobello Road Market, or enjoy our Brand Challenge App to test your students’ knowledge after a busy day of learning.

By booking a workshop or a self-guided visit for your group you are helping us to continue with our mission. The Museum of Brands is a registered Charity no. 1093538.

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