Learning at Dr Jenner's House


learning land pageFollow in the footsteps of Jenner, a medical scientist with a thirst for enquiry and experiments who understood that the importance of any research is to publicise it in order to make a difference. A true advocate of medical & scientific discovery!


From organised education workshops and activites in the very place where Jenner completed his life-saving research to our new outreach programme and online learning reasources we strive to provide accessible, interactive learning for all.


Our dedicated Education Team provide supported education workshops to help bring Jenner's story to life.  From Key Stage 1 to adult learners we can tailor bespoke visits to suit your groups learning needs.


With strong links to the National Curriculum our on-site and outreach workshops provide contextual interactive activities to complement and consolidate classroom lessons.


Use the header menu or click below for further details on our education programmes:

Primary Age Groups

Secondary Age Groups

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Latest News


Dr Jenner's House Receives Volunteer Boost


We are pleased to announce that we have been awarded...
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Oral History Project Update


Work is ongoing on our oral history project to the record the...
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We Celebrate Prestigious Tourism Award


Dr Jenner's Retains Visit England Accreditation with Flying...
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Reception for Distinguished Group of International Scientists


Museum welcomes distinguished group of international agricultural...
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Heading South-West? Stop and See Us!


Going south-west on holidays? Stop off in Berkeley!
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Dr Jenner's Joins Historic Houses Association!


HHA Members and Friends warmly invited to visit the museum
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"A Tribute To His Merit By All Nations"


A fascinating statue model of Edward Jenner that was...
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Museum Reviewed by www.followthebrownsigns.com!


Fantastic new review by leading heritage and tourism website
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Upcoming Events


18 June - 50 Years in the Archives


David Smith, Berkeley Castle Archivist, talks us through attic and cellars he has known! Read more