Our Learning Team offer a variety of bookable tours, workshops, outreach activities and online sessions covering a range of curriculum topics including history, engineering, geography and maths. All sessions are lead by our Learning Facilitators, a team of education professionals and quality assured White Badge tour guides.
Each of our sessions lasts approximately 45 minutes, allowing groups of up to 20 children to enage in a carousel of activities during their visit. Speak to us to build a programme to suit your topic and time on site.
If you can’t come to us, please get in touch to discuss our outreach or online learning options.
Schools Enquiry Form
Make a booking enquiry or tell us more about what you'd like for your class visit.
Tours for Schools
We offer a wide variety of tours tailored to school groups of all ages, from Early Years to A-Level. Led by our White Badge qualified Learning Facilitators, tours explain the history, construction and maintenance of the bridge and share the stories of those connected to it in the past.
Workshops for Schools
Our workshops are designed for all ages, from KS1 to A-Level. Combined with a tour of the bridge to explore the history and construction of Brunel's design, each workshop is supported by hands-on activities to enhance learning.
If you are unable to come to the bridge, each of our workshops is available for delivery as an outreach session in the classroom.
If it's not possible for your group to visit us and see the bridge in person, our new online sessions will bring the bridge to your classroom.
School Visit FAQs
Are you planning to bring a school group to the bridge? See below for our FAQs and please get in touch if you have any further questions or enquiries.
If you’re getting ready to come and visit us at the bridge or just want to learn a little more, we’ve put together some resources to help you prepare.
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Accessibility Statement for Educational Visits
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