Curiosity Exploration Discovery
Welcome to The Arbib Education Trust
Curiosity Exploration Discovery
Welcome to The Arbib Education Trust
Curiosity Exploration Discovery
Welcome to The Arbib Education Trust
Curiosity Exploration Discovery
Welcome to The Arbib Education Trust

About Us

We are a Multi-Academy Trust currently comprising a secondary academy and two primary academies. The trust was created by, and remains under the sponsorship of the Annabel Arbib Foundation, the charitable Trust that supports the philanthropy of Annabel Nicoll...
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The Poetry Society
- Oct 19
Have you entered the 2021 yet? It closes on the 31st October, a few weeks away! If you need some prompts, we have five new writing guides by former prizewinners and judges available here: https://t.co/g615wj9J14 - perfect for writing groups & solo use! https://t.co/NffPV35Tf1
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London Transport Museum
- Oct 19
The new Black History Tube Map by and highlights names of Black people who have contributed to London and the UK through history. Among them are four London transport workers. Read this Story to find out more about them https://t.co/QCO2tuevEo
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Dr Dominique Bouchard
- Oct 19
Come work with me . We’re recruiting a new Senior Digital Manager, Curatorial to help develop and deliver inspiring, exciting and thoughtful digital interpretation and curatorial content. https://t.co/L7BgygvtVp
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Oxford University Museum of Natural History
- Oct 19
Tomorrow we are hosting this year’s Great Debate where we will be discussing if we need a new agricultural revolution in Britain. We’d love to hear from you! What do you think? https://t.co/VHgPyYRWIT
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tlaprimary
- Oct 18
Happy Birthday to Mae Jemison. Jemison Class will be celebrating today with projects inspired by her work. https://t.co/xSKgfzVN6R
@MuseumLearning - Oct 11
Yes!! The Piece Hall!
@MuseumLearning - Oct 7
Today students took part in online poetry workshops led by Dr Neil Cocks and two students from the Department of English Literature at to celebrate . Students used objects as a starting point to pen their own poems. https://t.co/h66hUs2r7x
@MuseumLearning - Oct 2
Good spot! Worth looking into!
@MuseumLearning - Sep 29
How do we find out about the past? This week Year 7 students have been using their senses to help them interpret artefacts in their first lesson. https://t.co/J3daNXeKRy
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Naomi Hudson
- Sep 7
Are you in the region and want the chance to with other professionals in the area? Don't miss your chance to hang out at IRL this Thursday! https://t.co/rlfNQFs7xl
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GEM
- Sep 1
You don't have to be attending to join us at an Area or Nation event! All are welcome to gather for an afternoon of connecting and learning together, either virtually or in-person. 📅 Thurs 9th Sept Take a look at your local event: https://t.co/LUOv4SAVA9 https://t.co/KV9y2m2FQ7
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Naomi Hudson
- Sep 1
Time is running out to book onto the in-person 2021 conference event. and I cannot wait to see you on Thursday 9th September! Get booking now! https://t.co/rlfNQFs7xl
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GEM
- Sep 1
The GEM Conference 2021 Programme is now LIVE on the GEM website! 🚀 We're so excited to share this ambitious online conference programme with you, filled with inspiration for the future of museum and heritage learning. Take a look!: https://t.co/V7p2Jq4oD5 https://t.co/SLSPb4GMxT
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RISC
- Jul 29
Did you know that we have an artefact loans service? As part of our education resources, we maintain a collection of artefacts from around the globe. These are available to borrow for half a term. We love this puppet display from https://t.co/YEzpn3Qu7V https://t.co/mZ2z40tH1P
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Thames Valley Learning Partnership
- Jul 14
WE WANT YOUR ENTRIES! Enter our Water Safety Poster Competition, judged in conjunction with . Send your hand drawn or computer creations to info.org.uk https://t.co/HhOBMltTD4
@MuseumLearning - May 25
Outdoor learning and sensory exploration are great ways to develop student understanding. This week Year 7 have been exploring the Yew Trees within a local churchyard to help them unpick the symbolism used within A Monster Calls. https://t.co/xE1GO3Cg76
@MuseumLearning - May 11
First post lockdown school visit booked ☑️ https://t.co/UM4vZbGqAd
@MuseumLearning - May 7
Sshh... birds' nest in the roundhouse. Unusual school problem. https://t.co/OD7Fwq4XME
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GEM
- Apr 27
Join the GEM South East Area Reps and on 29 April for their Coffee and Conversation series to discuss challenges and build your skills in advocating museum learning. 📣 Open to members and non-members, book on today! https://t.co/ZcsdtqSSAx https://t.co/GSsoVhqhLH
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Naomi Hudson
- Apr 15
Join me & for the next Coffee and Conversation on Speaking Up for Your Work. 29 Apr, 3-4.30pm. Book now! https://t.co/b1ZZSFbzqF
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