The Curiosity Museum Careers workshop
The Curiosity Museum is a unique careers workshop specially designed for schools, colleges and public events. Participants will get the opportunity to:
We provide a thought-provoking and exciting introduction to the full range of job areas including STEAM subjects.
We raise the aspirations of students by equipping them with the transferable skill set and career insights they need to make well-informed decisions about their future.
Using creative thinking techniques, our workshops motivate, energise and inspire students to strive to reach their full potential.
We provide a highly effective, mindful approach to careers advice ensuring that students have fun while they are learning.
Bringing together each student’s unique skills and knowledge, we support them to develop an action plan for their future.
The Curiosity Museum Live is a mobile and creative careers workshop that is flexible to your needs. Find out more by viewing the Information Pack or contacting our team. In response to Covid-19 restrictions, the Curiosity Museum Live is now a socially distanced experience to keep participants and staff safe. A full risk assessment of procedures is available on request.
We are delighted to announce that we are creating a new ‘Curiosity Museum Online’ which we will be testing with schools from September 2020.
We would like to thank Arts Council England, with funds from the National Lottery and the European Regional Development Fund, for their generous support for this programme.
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“This has been the best day I have ever had in school.”
Year 10 Student, Tenbury Ormiston Academy
“The Curiosity Museum encouraged pupils to reflect on their hopes and dreams. I noticed a tremendous number of young people not simply enjoying but completely lost in the moment of learning.”
Adrian Price, Principal Tenbury High Ormiston Academy
“In a world where knowledge is one click away, the Curiosity Museum playfully helps young people better understand the world and their part in it.”
Stephen Wilson, Former Arts Development Officer, Worcestershire County Council
“The Curiosity Museum helped our Year 9s to explore their ideas and find out what they needed to do to achieve their future goals in a safe, non-judgemental environment and have FUN!”
Dee Waters, Careers Adviser, Hereford Academy
“Thank you so much for coming in yesterday. I thought it was a really interesting, engaging and most importantly, different way of opening up the conversation about student’s futures.”
Lee Overton, Post 16 Adviser, Church Stretton School
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