Following our hugely successful first year, after receiving public funding from Arts Council England to create Coast.Ed – the education service for Arun, Adur, Worthing and beyond, we are entering our second year and are excited at the opportunity to be able to work with returning and new schools.
Launched in September 2014 to support the introduction of the new National Curriculum, we have a dedicated website – CoastEd - where you can browse through what is available at bothLittlehampton and Worthing Museum and book from a range of curriculum areas and methods of interaction. We have loan boxes, outreach sessions and Museum workshops on offer and are more than happy to work with you to tailor our offer to the needs of your children.
With the introduction of the new national curriculum, we are ideally placed to support you with the study of changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age alongside our existing offer covering the Roman and Anglo Saxon period. West Sussex sits in a rich landscape of changing history from the Neolithic hunter gatherers to the Anglo-Saxon burial ground at Highdown Hill. We can support you and your children in the study of this vast timeframe with our fantastic collections of archaeological finds from the period.
We are continually working hard to create new and exciting workshops and have recently launched our brand new workshop, Ancient Egyptians.
For further details of what Worthing and Littlehampton Museum have to offer, please visit the Coast.Ed website or contact the Coast.Ed team;