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Key Stage 3 Field Trips: Isle of Wight, Science Innovation Island (under development)

The following museums on the Isle of Wight offer a range of exciting field trip programmes for KS3 studies relevant to Science Innovation on the Island. Discover more about this joined up offer here and book your field trips today!

Carisbrooke Castle Museum is also developing a resource about John Milne, father of earthquake science. Please get in touch if you are interested in collaborating with us on creating this resource.

And find out more about these venues and other educational products they offer for schools below.

Brading Roman Villa

Brading Roman Villa is one of the finest Roman sites in the UK. Our award-winning Museum offers a unique insight into Roman life in Britain. We offer learning sessions that introduce students to what Archaeology is, how it is done, and why. Activities include excavating a practice trench and undertaking analysis. Contents of the trench can be altered to meet needs of the class.

Carisbrooke Castle Museum

Carisbrooke Castle Museum was set up by Queen Victoria’s daughter, Princess Beatrice. Its collections include many acquisitions relating to the Island. One of these is an archive of documents and photographs relating to the ‘father of earthquake science’, John Milne. Students will gain unique insight into the work of a man whose work saves people’s lives.

Dimbola Museum & Gallery

Home of Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron. A woman ahead of her time, she was ambitious and free thinking when most Victorian women were passive and demure. During your visit, students can explore the Victorian celebrities she photographed on the Isle of Wight through the lens of her camera, and trace the history of photography.

Classic Boat Museum

Located in Cowes right in the heart of the maritime heritage we showcase. Both public galleries are based in historic shipbuilding sites on either side of the River Medina. Our learning offer focuses on the Island’s incredible maritime innovations and the people who made them, with students studying our amazing historic boats and associated collections.