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At Heritage Learning we bring learning to life through diverse art and heritage collections at Hull Museums and Ferens Art Gallery. For us, it’s all about enjoyment and creativity, enriching learning for everyone.

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A museum or gallery visit brings learning to life! Here at Hull Museums we have amazing collections that span eleven sites and millions of years. From a full sized woolly mammoth through to artworks by world famous artists, the possibilities are endless so what’s keeping you in the classroom?

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Latest from our blog

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29 Jul

5 Things to…

We are proud to announce the launch of the 5 Things to do this summer campaign. Designed for under 5s, the programme will showcase the amazing artefacts and spaces of… Read more

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08 Jul

Hull Curriculum CPD…

We hope you are as excited as we are about our upcoming Hull Curriculum - Creative Histories CPD event on 13th July, 12-5pm at the Museums Quarter, High Street, Hull!… Read more

FLASHBACK HDM ARCHIVE LIBRARY IMAGES Subject - Hull born pioneer aviator, Amy Johnson COPYRIGHT BELONGS TO - National Portait Gallery Date - 12/5/1930 Caption - Amy Johnson in Calcutta during her flight to Australia. Words - Amy Johnson, CBE - Born on St Georges Road in Hull in 1 July 1903 - died 5 January 1941 Was a pioneering English aviator and was the first female pilot to fly alone from Britain to Australia in a de Havilland DH60 Gypsy Moth she called Jason - G-AAAH. She left Croydon, south of London, on 5 May of that year and landed in Darwin, Northern Territory, on 24 May after flying 11,000 miles (18,000 km). Her aircraft for this flight can still be seen in the Science Museum in London. Flying solo or with her husband, Jim Mollison, she set numerous long-distance records during the 1930s. She married Mollison in 1932, they divorced in 1938. She flew in the Second World War as a part of the Air Transport Auxiliary and died during a ferry flight. On 5 January 1941, while flying an Airspeed Oxford for the ATA from Prestwick via Blackpool to RAF Kidlington near Oxford, Johnson went off course in adverse weather conditions. Reportedly out of fuel, she bailed out as her aircraft crashed into the Thames Estuary.
08 Jun

Amy Johnson Resource

Heritage learning have been working with the Amy Johnson Festival and BAE systems , to create a brand new  learning resource that uses Amy’s incredible achievements as the basis for… Read more

FLASHBACK HDM ARCHIVE LIBRARY IMAGES Subject - Hull born pioneer aviator, Amy Johnson COPYRIGHT BELONGS TO - HDM Date - 1930 Caption - Amy Johnson preparing for the flight to Australia in 1930. Words - Amy Johnson, CBE - Born on St Georges Road in Hull in 1 July 1903 - died 5 January 1941 Was a pioneering English aviator and was the first female pilot to fly alone from Britain to Australia in a de Havilland DH60 Gypsy Moth she called Jason - G-AAAH. She left Croydon, south of London, on 5 May of that year and landed in Darwin, Northern Territory, on 24 May after flying 11,000 miles (18,000 km). Her aircraft for this flight can still be seen in the Science Museum in London. Flying solo or with her husband, Jim Mollison, she set numerous long-distance records during the 1930s. She married Mollison in 1932, they divorced in 1938. She flew in the Second World War as a part of the Air Transport Auxiliary and died during a ferry flight. On 5 January 1941, while flying an Airspeed Oxford for the ATA from Prestwick via Blackpool to RAF Kidlington near Oxford, Johnson went off course in adverse weather conditions. Reportedly out of fuel, she bailed out as her aircraft crashed into the Thames Estuary.
08 Jun

Fabulous Flight!

Fabulous Flight! Heritage Learning are proud to promote a series of exciting workshops led by BAE Systems taking place in the Da Vinci Engineered exhibition at Zebedee’s Yard as part… Read more

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