London Museum of Water and Steam Fieldwork takes place on the foreshore just downstream of Kew Bridge and along the historic riverside at Strand on the Green. It’s a 10 minute walk between the river and the London Museum of Water and Steam where indoor activities take place.
The National Archives We offer a programme in partnership with the National Archives. The archive is one of the largest collections in the world and contains government and public records from the Domesday Book to modern government papers. Our outdoor science lab can be set up in the beautiful grounds of the National Archives.
Chiswick Pier Trust, our Landlords who run the community pier and pier-house where our office is situated.
Fulham Palace The former home of the Bishop of London, dating back to 704 AD and one of the locations where we run our school programmes.
The Golden Hinde A superb reconstruction of Francis Drake’s galleon which circumnavigated the globe. Our partners for out ‘Thames and Tudor life’ programme.
Museum of London Take a look back and visit the people and the river of London’s past.
Museum in Docklands is well worth a visit, This area of London has changed almost beyond recognition!
The Old Royal Naval College A fascinating site full of interest. The Diver Greenwich centre, Painted Hall and Chapel are truly spectacular!
The House Mill in Bromley-by-Bow. The world’s largest surviving tidal mill gives us the chance to teach about a tributary of the Thames, the River Lea
Port of London Authority The owners of the river bed, who look after the port organisation and safety. They have very generously funded development and delivery of our Port of London outreach workshops, that take place in schools.
Thames Discovery Programme are the archaological experts along the Thames Foreshore.
Thames Estuary Partnership Bringing together users of the river from Tower Bridge to the sea.
Creekside Education Centre A purpose-built education centre next to Deptford Creek. Check out their roof!
London Wetlands Centre Celebrating wetlands from around the world, all from the banks of the Thames.
Tideway The Thames Tideway Tunnel is a major new sewer that will help tackle the problem of overflows from the capital’s Victorian sewers and will protect the River Thames from sewage pollution.
Thames River Watch Thames 21’s Thames River Watch programme is a citizen science project that captures vital information on litter and water quality issues in the tidal Thames. Pupils taking part in some of our science programmes can collect data which will be uploaded to the River Watch database, allowing classes to use it for follow-up work back at school.
City of London Corporation, School Visits Fund
Receive up to £300 off the cost of a visit to the Museum of London or Museum of London Docklands from the City of London Corporation’s School Visits Fund. If your school is in Greater London, hasn’t visited in the last three years and at least 30% of pupils are eligible for Pupil Premium*, you can apply for help with the cost of the visit. Funding is limited, so please apply early. The application process is quick and easy. For more information and to apply please visit *Special schools do not need to meet the Pupil Premium requirement.