Choose a workshop summarised below or get more details from http://www.railstory.co.uk/learning
which also gives information about the Rail Story site. Next, decide if you want to add a rail journey to your day. You can eat packed lunches in the station garden/yard or on board a vintage carriage. Contact us with your preferred dates by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 07825 632123. Workshops include: Teddy Bears to the Rescue
(EYFS/KS1): Bring your teddies and join us for a day storytelling, picnic and craft activities. Seaside Holidays
(KS1): Play Victorian games and investigate our carriages which carried holidaymakers to the seaside. Art, Nature & the Railway
(KS1&2): Go on a journey along the railway where industry and nature meet. Use a variety of materials to create your own masterpiece. Don’t Miss the Train
(KS2): Take charge of the tracks and use a timetable to plan a day out on the railway. Changes of State
(KS2): Put on your white coat and goggles and have a go at a hands-on investigation into the scientific changes of state that fuelled the railway industry. Railway Children
(KS2): Visit our station at Oakworth to try on costumes and make your own tickets. Explore the locations and see the engines and carriages associated with the film in our museums. World War II
(KS2): Workshops include visiting our wartime shop, making a gas mask to carry with your evacuee suitcase and using images to discover more about British intelligence tactics.
Railways & Transport through the Industrial Revolution
(KS2): Find out how the industrial revolution changed our leisure time, the way we travelled and the food we ate. Lights, Camera, Action!
(KS2&3): Join us to create your own documentary film. We provide the settings and props, you provide the creativity and imagination. Murder on the Rails
(KS2&3): Use your investigative skills in order to solve a murder most horrid. Work in groups to search for clues and evidence to discover who murdered Lord Worth. Building Bridges
(KS2&3): It’s a race against the clock as students work in teams to budget for and build a railway bridge from various materials.
Workshops cost £120 or £180 depending on number of facilitators required. Rail journeys begin from £2 children and £3.80 for adults for a short return, up to £5/£10 for a full line return.
11:00 to 16:00 (10:00 opening for schools available)
South Street, Ingrow, Keighley, BD21 5AX