A’ Level Art Show – Coopers’ Coborn School

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05/07/2024 11:00 - 18/07/2024 16:00
Repeat every week on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday until 11/07/2024

28 June – 11 July

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  • 26/07/2024 13:30 - 26/07/2024 15:30

    This week's topic is -  Devon and Cornwall

     

    ADMISSION £3.  Admission includes entry to the Museum and refreshments.  Sessions take place from 1.30pm to 3.30 pm.

    Bring your photographs and memories to share or just come to listen to others.

    These sessions are sponsored by Mullis & Peake Solicitors LLP, Romford.

    All are welcome to these friendly sessions.

  • 02/08/2024 10:30 - 02/08/2024 12:00

    These FREE  sessions are for children age 6-11 and can booked online via Eventbrite (booking fee applies) or at the Museum.

    The first session of our 5 sessions will introduce children to the concept of ‘oral’ history’. The theme of the workshop will be childhood, and we’ll be thinking about what childhoods were like in the past and what they are like now! We'll be decorating memory jars and using tablets as part of scavenger hunt and you'll go home with a prize.

    Over the course of this 5-session programme, children will gain an appreciation for oral history as a source, learn digital skills, explore historical imagination, and gain familiarity with the many histories of East London and Essex, of which they themselves are a part, all while having fun and being creative during their summer holidays!

    Workshops have been designed to be enjoyed as a 5 session programme however sessions can also be booked individually.

    Please bring your own refreshments to the session.  Children must be accompanied by an adult.

     

  • 02/08/2024 13:30 - 02/08/2024 15:30

    This week's topic is -  Competitive events and tournaments

     

    ADMISSION £3.  Admission includes entry to the Museum and refreshments.  Sessions take place from 1.30pm to 3.30 pm.

    Bring your photographs and memories to share or just come to listen to others.

    These sessions are sponsored by Mullis & Peake Solicitors LLP, Romford.

    All are welcome to these friendly sessions.

  • 07/08/2024 13:30 - 07/08/2024 15:30

    Art Appreciation - Animals in Art

    Wednesday 7th August 13:30 - 15:30

    These are fun, informal and friendly and assume no previous knowledge. Attendees are encouraged to engage with a variety of artists within the designated topic and build up their repertoire in appraising art.

    Admission £5 (inc. light refreshments)
    Advanced booking advised.

     

  • 09/08/2024 10:30 - 09/08/2024 12:00

    These FREE  sessions are for children age 6-11 and can booked online via Eventbrite  or at the Museum.

    Our second session will focus on stories; favourite stories, historical stories and local stories, and with the use of the archive and help of workshop facilitators, children will get the chance to use their imagination and design their own story with plot, setting and characters: will it be a day in the life at the docks’ ‘a day in the life of a nurse’ or ‘a day in the life of a musician?

    Over the course of this 5-session programme, children will gain an appreciation for oral history as a source, learn digital skills, explore historical imagination, and gain familiarity with the many histories of East London and Essex, of which they themselves are a part, all while having fun and being creative during their summer holidays!

    Workshops have been designed to be enjoyed as a 5 session programme however sessions can also be booked individually.

    Please bring your own refreshments to the session. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

     

  • 09/08/2024 13:30 - 09/08/2024 15:30

    This week's topic is -  Being British

     

    ADMISSION £3.  Admission includes entry to the Museum and refreshments.  Sessions take place from 1.30pm to 3.30 pm.

    Bring your photographs and memories to share or just come to listen to others.

    These sessions are sponsored by Mullis & Peake Solicitors LLP, Romford.

    All are welcome to these friendly sessions.

  • 16/08/2024 10:30 - 16/08/2024 12:00

    These FREE  sessions are for children age 6-11 and can booked online via Eventbrite  or at the Museum.

    This session will be the first of two which will focus on music, and using sound bites and photographs, investigate how it has changed over the years. You will discuss your favourite songs and music and have a chance to design your own historical music star, will it mod, punk or disco, give them a name and decide on the era did they came from? There will also be a chance for some dancing if you want to.

    Over the course of this 5-session programme, children will gain an appreciation for oral history as a source, learn digital skills, explore historical imagination, and gain familiarity with the many histories of East London and Essex, of which they themselves are a part, all while having fun and being creative during their summer holidays!

    When booking this music workshop, you must be available and able to commit to attending both sessions.

    Please bring your own refreshments to the session. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

  • 16/08/2024 13:30 - 16/08/2024 15:30

    This week's topic is -  Music inspired nature

    ADMISSION £3.  Admission includes entry to the Museum and refreshments.  Sessions take place from 1.30pm to 3.30 pm.

    Bring your photographs and memories to share or just come to listen to others.

    These sessions are sponsored by Mullis & Peake Solicitors LLP, Romford.

    All are welcome to these friendly sessions.

  • 23/08/2024 10:30 - 23/08/2024 12:00

    These FREE  sessions are for children age 6-11 and can booked online via Eventbrite or at the Museum.

    This session will focus on how music has changed over the years. Children will be given the opportunity to interview a past musician, write lyrics and put instruments together to make their own songs based on sounds from the past -Mod, Rock, Punk, Disco. This is the most ambitious of our five workshops, but will hopefully challenge children’s digital skills and historical imagination.

    Over the course of this 5-session programme, children will gain an appreciation for oral history as a source, learn digital skills, explore historical imagination, and gain familiarity with the many histories of East London and Essex, of which they themselves are a part, all while having fun and being creative during their summer holidays!

    When booking this music workshop, you must be available and able to commit to attending both this session and the previous week's.

    Please bring your own refreshments to the session. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

  • 04/09/2024 13:30 - 04/09/2024 15:30

    Art Appreciation - Self Portraits

    Wednesday 4th September 13:30 - 15:30

    These are fun, informal and friendly and assume no previous knowledge. Attendees are encouraged to engage with a variety of artists within the designated topic and build up their repertoire in appraising art.

    Admission £5 (inc. light refreshments)
    Advanced booking advised.

     

  • 06/09/2024 13:30 - 06/09/2024 15:30

    This week's topic is -  Slavery

    ADMISSION £3.  Admission includes entry to the Museum and refreshments.  Sessions take place from 1.30pm to 3.30 pm.

    Bring your photographs and memories to share or just come to listen to others.

    These sessions are sponsored by Mullis & Peake Solicitors LLP, Romford.

    All are welcome to these friendly sessions.

  • 19/09/2024 09:30 - 19/09/2024 17:00

    Thursday 19th September 2024. Meet at Romford Station  at 9.30 am . Return to Romford by 5pm.

    Who lived where? What happened where? What are the Soho Noses? 

    All to be discovered as we leisurely explore the streets of colourful and historic Soho.

    We will stop at a Wetherspoon pub for  lunch, or bring your own for a picnic in Soho Square (no cover if raining).

    An information sheet is available at the Museum.

    Open to non Friends of Havering Museum at  £5 per head

    FoHM members reserve your place via Eventbrite here

    Non- Friends please book via Havering Museum direct.

     

     

     

  • 21/09/2024 13:30 - 21/09/2024 15:00

    Royal Remains & Tombs by Dr. Ian Browne

    Saturday 21st September 2024

    13:30 -15:00

    £5 (inc. light refreshments)

    A delve into how royal remains were treated in the past and their final resting places.

    Advanced booking essential.

    Tickets can be purchased here via Eventbrite (booking fee applies)
  • 31/10/2024 19:00 - 31/10/2024 20:30

    Military Ghosts talk by Ellen Owen

    Thursday 31 October, 19:00 – 20:30

    Be fascinated by the stories of military ghosts of the two World Wars and learn how ghosts are said to have helped the living and the living have helped the ghosts.  

    Pre booking essential

    Tickets £5 (including light refreshments) available at the Museum
    or
    book online via Eventbrite (booking fee applies)

  • 23/01/2025 13:30 - 23/01/2025 15:30

    Thursday, 23 January 2025. 13.30 – 15.30

    A great event to start the New Year exploring traditions and cockney songs
    with Pearly King John Walters, his Queen and Prince. Let’s roll out the
    barrel ...

    ADVANCED BOOKINGS REQUIRED.  PAYMENT : CASH OR CHEQUE AT THE MUSEUM ONLY

    £5 for refreshments,  £7.50 Non-Friends