Here are some free resources to initiate debate around the collections. Each picture comes with some information about the object and ideas on how to use it in a classroom. Click on the image to download the PDF file. If you have a specific resource you would like the museums to make then please get in touch.
A GCSE History lesson all about the Cholera outbreaks in the 1800s. The lesson includes a teachers guide, student worksheet, sources and a PowerPoint presentation. If you use it let us know what you think!
Borrow a board game based around probability and the first world war click here to find out more.
Click here to be taken to the George Marshall's Audioboom account, where you can listen to audio clips from our oral history collections or hear people speaking about objects in the collection. The George Marshall Medical Museum's audio guide is also available.
How well do you know your body? Test yourself against the 'Know Your Body' Trail. Click on the image to download the trail.
Are you learning all about Public Health in History? Find out some more Public Health facts in our Public Health trail. Click on the image to download the trail.
Use the Infirmary to learn all about shape and colour! Click on the image to download the trail.
George Marshall Medical Museum
Do you think you know the museum really well? How about trying one of the Mystery Object Trails? There are two to choose from, click on the image to download your trail.
A trail on the History of Medicine for Primary School pupils. Click on the image to download the trail.