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We offer schools the chance to take part in exciting curriculum-based workshops that explore the history of Brixton Windmill and the local area.
Each workshop is designed so that it touches upon important elements in the schools curriculum.
Follow the links on the right to find out details about each of our four workshops currently offered. If you would like to take various elements of these workshops to design a tailor-made workshop suitable for your class group or your current learning in the classroom, please don't hesitate to contact our Development and Education Officer to discuss this.
Click the link below to download a PDF copy of our 'Primary Schools Education Programme' leaflet.
The little red hen is hard working, but she cannot persuade her friends to help her make a loaf of bread. Can you help?
Mr Ashby is the miller at Brixton Windmill. He is a hard-working man who knows how to make delicious flour for making bread.
Come and visit inner London's only surviving windmill. Learn about how windmills work, the inventors and engineers behind these remarkable buildings, and how people used them in the past.
The year is 1861 and the Ashby family – the millers at Brixton Windmill – are not happy. Their windmill is being robbed of wind.