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14 February, 10:30 am - 12:45 pm
Free with admission but book ahead!
Use your mind to think about what’s in your mind by taking part in a philosophy session with educational charity The Philosophy Foundation.
- Session 1 (ages 5-7): 10.30am – 11.30am
- Session 2 (ages 8-10): 11.45am – 12.45am
This session explores the theme of fairness.
“It’s not fair!” This is something we hear all the time, and not just from children. What does it mean? Fair share? Equal treatment? Or is it getting what you want? And is it possible for things to always be fair?
Another thing we often hear is “Life’s not fair!” Is this true? Should it be? To what extend can we control how fair life is?
These are just some of the questions that we may explore with both groups (5-7 and 8-10), albeit in slightly different ways. By questioning fairness, is it fair of us to do so?
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The Philosophy Foundation is a charity that aims to foster a culture of curiosity and wonder through philosophy. They believe that philosophy is not just a subject, but a way of life that can help people of all ages and backgrounds to think more clearly, creatively, and critically.
- Please book ahead.
- These sessions are free for children when accompanied by at least one admission-paying adult.
- Grown ups are not required to stay for the sessions, but at least one accompanying adult must remain on the Museum premises for the duration of the session.
- Grown ups can watch the sessions, but are not required to take part.
- Bursaries are available for families experiencing financial hardship. To apply for a bursary place please email [email protected]
This workshop was made possible by an Arts Council England funded, Museum Development London grant.