If you can't come to the medical museums, your students can still enjoy the resources we provide. Using objects in the classroom will help your pupils learn that the past can be represented in a variety of different ways and you can help to serve your students by engaging them with a new way to learn. The George Marshall Medical Museum has objects available to loan for a week for a small fee of £25.00. During this time you have the opportunity to deliver the session as many times, and with as many classes, as you like. Handling authentic historical objects and using archival materials gives your students the chance to learn about how the past is different from the present day.

Download a sample loans box information pack here.

We are planning to deliver a medicine through time module with year 7 next year. ... I would love to work with you again as the artefacts in the classroom was a great experience for the students. Many of them hadn’t been to a museum or handled any items of that nature before. A really exceptional teaching tool.
— Teacher, St. Mary's Catholic College, Wallasey
The most effective schools use enrichment activities regularly to support learning.
— Ofsted Report
Thank you so much for helping us to make Science Night a real hit at The Hive this year.
— Sarah Ganderton, The Hive, Worcester
Thank you for the loan of the bleeding bowl from the museum ... my students (and colleagues) were very taken with it. Of around ten colleagues that I showed it to, only one guessed its purpose; and only one of my 20 students got it right. All were fascinated. I really appreciate your kindness in providing this remarkable and affecting object.
— Professor of Early Modern History at University of Worcester