Here is our current list of downloadable learning resources from past events and exhibitions, all of which contain suggestions for pre and post gallery visit activities. We hope the packs will be of use to you if you are exploring any of these topics.
Please download our Visiting Guidelines to help you prepare for your self-directed visit:
You might also find the following resources from the Wellcome Trust useful:
Wellcome Images: our picture library of biomedical and history of medicine images, which are free to search and download.
Big Picture: the Wellcome Trust' s science education magazine for young adults (post-16).
Enhance your students' visit to our exhibition 'Making Nature' with our cross-curricular learning resources.
A cross-curricular learning resource developed for post-16 students visiting our 'States of Mind' exhibition.
Browse the learning resources to accompany our Medicine Man and Medicine Now exhibitions.
A collection of learning resources to accompany the Institute of Sexology exhibition.
Enhance your students' visit to our exhibition ' Death: A self-portrait' with our cross-curricular teachers' pack.
A learning resource designed to support Key Stage 4 and 5 student visits to our past exhibition Foreign Bodies.
Enhance your students' visit to our ' Superhuman' exhibition with our cross-curricular teachers' pack.
Other learning resources
A learning resource to support AS and A2 level biology students attending Exchanges at the Frontier with Nazneen Rahmen.
A Wellcome Library GCSE learning resource for Medicine Through Time.
This section focuses on a key factor in the development of surgery - anaesthetics.
This topic offers an interesting sidelight on how different medicine and healthcare for children have to be.
One of the key concepts of the Medicine Through Time course is change and continuity.
The existence of 'quacks' poses a problem for historians of medicine.