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National Museums Liverpool’s World Museum has launched a series of events, including free priority access at their new AI: More Than Human Exhibition.

Following the recent announcement, National Museums Liverpool’s venues have reopened, including their highly anticipated AI: More Than Human Exhibition at the World Museum.

Whilst the exhibition is charged for, National Museums Liverpool is committed to making their museums as accessible as possible; so are running a series of events linked with universities from all over the North West which will be free, fun and educational.

Robert Rovers 

Their first event is Robot Rovers. A programming workshop for families with children ages 7+, with free, priority access for SEND visitors and SEND families.

The workshop is ideal for any young people who enjoy learning how things work. Those who get stuck in with the why and how or have a love for robots.

The workshop uses LEGO Rovers, which are programmed through simple interfaces on computer screens. Families will have a Rover each and so can share the roles among themselves. This means if someone is a great driver, they can take the wheel and if someone is a problem-solver, they can think about the obstacles and challenges. The aim is to work together and engage with some top of the range science.

Robot Rovers 2 Image Courtesy of FACT Liverpool 1
Image Courtesy of FACT Liverpool

About the event

Robots are the future but can you control them? Try your hand at programming the Lego Robot Rovers with University of Manchester’s Computer Programming team.

This event is suitable for all families with children ages 7+ and is inclusive of families with SEND children. For covid-security, families will be assigned a table each to explore their robots from. They ask that parents and guardians help them to maintain social distancing during the workshop and with masks worn where possible.

More information & how to book tickets

You or your student’s families can find out more information in the links below or by emailing families@liverpoolmuseums.org.uk. Here your families can also ask any questions about accessibility and make requests for special arrangements.

Find out more about the exhibition.

Book your free tickets.

Email National Museums Liverpool to find out more.

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Take a virtual school trip to National Museums Liverpool

National Museums Liverpool has designed six curriculum-linked virtual workshops for Key Stages 1-3:

Each booking is complemented by a suite of downloadable lesson plans, resources and activities that you can use before and after your session, to get the most out of this exciting learning experience.

National Museums Liverpool’s virtual classrooms are delivered via Microsoft Teams and last 50 minutes each, with a capacity for up to 32 students.

You can take a look at all of National Museums Liverpool’s virtual classrooms on their website or find more details of each session.

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