Free School Visits – Pupils Just Want To Have Fun!

Moore Kingston Smith, Romford Accountants, have teamed up with Havering Museum to offer free school visits to the Museum.  Karen Wardell, partner at Moore Kingston Smith (pictured with Steve Rushmer) have offered to fund five free school visits for Havering schools.  Ellen Owen, Director of Havering Museum, said: “Karen and her company have supported the Museum’s education programme for many years as they appreciate the importance of heritage for children and the fact the Museum is a great place to visit.  One pupil was asked what he liked best about the Museum. He replied:   “I just had fun.”

In order to give every school a fair chance of claiming one of these sessions, they just have to email the name of their school which will be put into a draw.   

The draw for one of the five visits will take place on Friday, 13 March and the school will have up to December 2020 to use their free visit.  Only one entry per school is allowed.

The deadline for entries is Thursday, 12 March. The email should include the following details:

In the email title box put Free Museum Visit Draw

School Address –  Name of Teacher – Contact Telephone No.  – Email Contact

Entries should be sent to   The winning schools will be advised by email on Thursday, 19 March 2020.    For further information contact Ellen Owen on 01708 766571.

Schools also have the opportunity to apply for transport costs which could be covered by Land of the Fann’s, School Transport Fund. Full details from Debbie Brady, who manages this fund. Contact:


Teachers may wish to visit the Museum in advance to explore our galleries, discuss future visits or look at the range of loan boxes which are available for hire.
If you wish to book a school visit email:
and one of our education team will contact you.

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