Like his father before him, Robert Burns was passionate about education. The museum offers a full programme of formal and informal learning throughout the year, for all ages, about Robert Burns poetry and his life. Four dedicated education spaces, workshops for schools, family activities or tailored research projects are supported by a professional Learning team.
Click here to download a brochure describing what's on for schools at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum.
Want to hear more about what we offer? Have a look at our report in the TES (Scotland).
The Learning Dept. at RBBM provides interesting and enjoyable opportunities for all visitors to learn about Robert Burns. Click on the links below to find out more about our learning resources.
There are further resources available for all of the National Trust for Scotland's properties on the Learn website, which can be found at www.nts.org.uk/Learn.
An inter-active programme called Robert Burns and Auld Lang Syne is available on Promethean Planet website.
The programme and image pack have been created by learning staff at RBBM, with the support of NTS Learning Services. The inter-active is suitable for Second Level pupils upwards (and can be adapted for First Level pupils).