Primary school workshops
Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1
Stimulate the curiosity of little learners through engaging hands-on play.
Engineers: GOOD IDEAS! (FDN/KS1)
Meet a postal engineer with a GOOD IDEA! Dig deep under London to discover the story of Mail Rail.Read more
The Jolly Postman programme (FDN/KS1)
Over the hills and far away, help The Jolly Postman deliver letters today.Read more
Schools and nurseries in Sorted! The Postal Play Space
Children aged 8 and under will have sack loads of fun in our miniature mail-themed world.Read more
The Jolly Christmas Postman (FDN/KS1)
Can you help to deliver the Christmas post on time?Read more
Pop It In The Christmas Post (FDN/KS1)
Post Early for Christmas! Discover the story of the world's first Christmas card.Read more
Key Stage 1 and 2
Inspire your pupils with stories from our collections.
Pop It In The Post (KS1/2)
Discover how a tiny piece of paper, the Penny Black stamp, changed the world.Read more
Key Stage 2
Mail Rail Science Show (KS2)
Inspire future engineers! Find out how clever technology solved a problem to move mail underground.Read more
Cracking Code Breakers (KS2)
Help Post Office engineers to build Colossus, the world's first programmable computer and crack top secret wartime codes.Read more
Letters to the Front (KS2)
Meet a First World War postal worker and find out how the postal service kept people in touch around the world.Read more
Recover the wreck(KS2)
Work as marine archeologists and take on a sunken treasure quest to recover precious letters from the wreck of the SS Gairsoppa.Read more
Blitz! Save the mail (KS2)
It is September 1940 and bombs are falling on London. Join the Post Office's Rescue and Salvage squad to save the mail!Read more
Stamps in Schools
Outreach workshops available for schools across the UK.
Stamps in Schools
Stamps are little windows into the history of the World. Their designs can support teaching across the curriculum.
Workshops are delivered by Erene Grieve, a retired teacher.
Free 1 hour workshops available across the UK (up to 2 workshops per day)