Our cultural institutions are committed to sharing knowledge with young learners and the wider community.
The Manchester Museum is the UK’s leading university museum with a collection that spans millennia, and comprises of over four million objects. Here you can find anything from Darwin to Turing, from natural history and the environment to technology and the environmental, via objects as remarkable as dinosaur skeletons and mummies from Ancient Egypt.
- Engage with the Museum on their new in quarantine website where you can find activity sheets for primary and secondary school pupils on a range of topics including Egyptology and the environment.
- The Museum is also holding regular educational live streams suitable for all ages where students can submit their own questions to ask the experts. Topics include Egyptology and Dinosaurs.
Jodrell Bank is a world-famous radio observatory and UNESCO World Heritage Site. For the last 75 years, the pioneering scientists and researchers at Jodrell Bank have been at the forefront of our quest for understanding, and at the heart of ground-breaking discoveries and world-leading research.
The Special Collections Division at The John Rylands Research Institute and Library holds outstanding collections of rare books, manuscripts and archives. Spanning five millennia, the manuscript collections include literary, historical, antiquarian, genealogical, biblical, devotional, ritualistic, medical, scientific, legal and administrative texts in numerous languages.
- Visit Manchester Digital Collections for access to a range of manuscripts.
Why study? talk series
Our PhD students have recorded talks on their specific subjects of interest which provide up-to-date information, advice and guidance to your students.
Our Young Person's University
Take advantage of our student challenges, designed both for self-study and for use in the classroom.