KIT were commissioned to create a family adventure commemorating the 75 anniversary of the D-Day Landings. Partnering with Designer Kirsty Harris, the interactive storytelling used Backpacks containing props that helped children and their families explore HMS Belfast and Duxford while learning about the biggest invasion in history.
The D-Day: Family Mission backpacks were awarded Best Educational Activity in the 2019 Days Out With the Kids Awards
While Manchester Jewish Museum was closed for refurbishment, KIT were commissioned to design an accessible and exciting exploration into Judaism that could tour to schools. Pupils take part in different activities in unique workshops, culminating with them building their very own Synagogue.
Link to blog: https://www.manchesterjewishmuseum.com/blog/?p=266
"We have been working with Tom and the team at KIT Theatre over the last 12 months on a project to redevelop the museum’s learning offer for school groups. Tom’s skill and experience in developing sessions which are adventurous, experiential and student-led made KIT the perfect people to lead this project and the impact on staff and volunteers has been significant.
Sessions are now more playful and engaging and feedback suggests that students, teachers and volunteers are responding well to the new methods introduced."
As part of the UK wide tour of Dippy (The Natural History Museum’s iconic Diplodocus skeleton), KIT were commissioned to design online school resources for teachers and home educators, helping 4-11 year-olds explore the natural world both now and in the time of the dinosaurs.
The entirety of Dippy On Tour was awarded Partnership of the Year at the 2019 Museums and Heritage Awards.