Become a volunteer:
The British Schools Museum is proud to be an independent Museum managed and staffed almost entirely by volunteers. The importance of the contribution of volunteers has now been richly rewarded and we have been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. The ‘MBE for Volunteer Groups’ is the highest honour any voluntary group can achieve.
The Museum’s reliance upon volunteers is of vital importance. There are currently 100 volunteers registered. Ages, skills and abilities are far ranging. Everyone’s contribution and enthusiasm is appreciated and valued.
We run popular Learning Programmes for schools, Guided tours for members of the public (both ‘walk in’ and organised group visits.) Children’s holiday workshops, Exhibitions and displays of the Museum’s Collection, Talks and fundraising events, Outreach activities, a Tea Room and gift shop.
If you would like to know more about volunteering at the museum or would like a list of the current opportunities and an application form please
Telephone: 01462 420144 or Yvonne Limbrick on 01462 429242
Become a sponsor:
We have different packages available to suit your requirements. Find out more: Become a sponsor
For more information please call: 01462 429244 or email email@example.com
We are currently sponsored by:
Come along to one of our fundraising events. Please visit our events page
Make a one-off donation
- When visiting the museum
- Online here
- Or by texting HBST41 £5 (or your chosen amount) to 70070.
- You can also donate via our Golden Giving site:
The Friends Group
The Association of Friends of the British Schools Museum is an independent organisation, a registered charity (No 1016659) and a member of the British Association of Friends of Museums.
The Friends support the museum in many ways; by fundraising, by providing help at events and by promoting the museum. They have a particularly good reputation for their delicious catering!
To join the Friends contact firstname.lastname@example.org or pop in to the museum for a membership leaflet.