Offers for schools

Offers for schools

The Chüechlihus Regional Museum offers interactive educational programs for school classes that make the museum an attractive extracurricular place of learning and history education.
The offers are aimed at teachers and pupils from the region as well as school classes visiting the Emmental.

The curriculum 21-compatible offers are created in such a way that the pupils are immersed in the history of the Emmental and in individual topics of the permanent exhibition in the regional museum, but we also – by the pupils dealing with their own history and their place in the Emmental – create references to the present.

The school offers of the Regional Museum Chüechlihus:

  • refer to Emmental culture(good) with reference to today.
  • are in tune with the times: dialogical & interactive.
  • are level-appropriate offers, adapted to Curriculum 21 (Cycle 1-3 and Secondary 2)
  • are worked out with experts.
  • are carried out by cultural mediators.
  • are fixed offers that can be customized.
  • The mornings at the museum can be booked exclusively for schools.
  • There are special conditions for schools from the Emmental region.
  • Cultural vouchers from the Canton of Berne can be applied for.

Please book your visit at least
two weeks before the desired date.
Teachers receive free admission to the museum in preparation for their visit.
Please register your visit when you make your booking request.
Thank you very much.
You can find all information about the offers below.

Book offer

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For further information, please contact the Chüechlihus team: 034 402 18 19 / info@regionalmuseum-langnau.ch

Forest, wood & energy workshop

What actually is energy?
What significance does the forest have for the Oberemmental?
And how are energy and forests connected?
Let’s find out!

In this educational program at the Regionalmuseum Chüechlihus, pupils discover the connections between forests, wood and energy through various approaches. They reflect on their existing knowledge in a dialogical and interactive way and learn or deepen specific new content with a focus on the Oberemmental. They also come into contact with more overarching topics, such as the challenges facing the forest in the 21st century or energy conversion. The course combines scientific content with knowledge of historical events and current issues in the region and is ideally suited as an introduction to the topic of “forests” or “wood as a source of energy”. Cycle 2 The workshop is suitable for school classes from the region as well as for pupils who are in Emmental as part of a school trip or a project week.

Duration
90 minutes
plus 15 minutes break
30 minutes extension possible for an individual visit to the permanent exhibition

Costs
CHF 170.00 flat rate (incl. admission)
CHF 150.00 flat rate (incl. admissions) for school classes from Emmental
Further special conditions for school classes from Langnau i.E. (billing via the school management)

> You can apply for cultural vouchers from the Canton of Bern for this workshop.

References to Curriculum 21
NMG.2.6e,g,h, NMG.3.2c, NMG.6.3c, NMG.9.3d

Forest, wood & energy experts

As part of the workshop, the students master six different challenges as a class on the topics of forest, wood and energy, whereby the students can achieve up to 10 points for each challenge.
This means that the class can collect up to 60 points during the entire workshop and thus prove itself as a “forest, wood and energy expert”.
We congratulate our “Forest, Wood & Energy Experts” on their great scores.

Ranking of the school classes

  1. Place: 5th/6th Class blue, Thierachern with 49 points in May 2024
  2. 3rd place: 3rd-6th grade Gohlgraben, Langnau i.E. with 47 points in January 2024

Out of competition: 3rd/4th
Class Höhenweg, Langnau i.E. with 35 points in September 2023 (test class with 2 fewer challenges than the other classes)

Workshop HISTORY

Field hockey stick and salt grater?
Wooden shingles and ceramic bowls?
Unicorn and Emmental?

What does all this have to do with me and what does the time in which I live actually mean?

In this interactive workshop at the Chüechlihus Regional Museum, participants will come into contact with the history of the Oberemmental, build a bridge to their own personal history and create something that complements what is already there.
They deal with objects and their attributions of meaning, with questions in the here and now, with their identity and their place in the shared history, present and future.

School level
5th and
6th grade, cycle 3 and secondary level 2
The workshop is suitable for school classes from the region as well as for pupils who are in Emmental as part of a school trip or a project week.

Duration
90 minutes
30 minutes extension possible for an individual visit to the permanent exhibition

Costs
CHF 170.00 flat rate (incl. admission)
CHF 150.00 flat rate (incl. admissions) for school classes from Emmental
Further special conditions for school classes from Langnau i.E. (billing via the school management)

> You can apply for cultural vouchers from the Canton of Bern for this workshop.

References to Curriculum 21
NMG.1.1d, NMG.9.2f, NMG.9.3, RZG.7.1, D.3.C.1, ERG.1.2, ERG.2.1

Please bring
One camera, cell phone or tablet with camera per 2 students

Chüechlitiger

The offer is currently only available in German.

The Chüechlitiger accompanies young people aged around 8-12 years and younger children with the help of adults on a journey into the past of the Oberemmental.
The youngsters support the museum mascot in solving various puzzles: they look for clues, combine, draw, glue, stamp, craft and make things – until the solution is found and the little surprise waiting at the end can be collected.
Touch, try out and solve puzzles
With the ‘Chüechlitiger’ children’s trail, youngsters can immerse themselves in the history of the Oberemmental and discover the permanent exhibition of the regional museum in a playful way.
It is a discovery tour for the curious.
The Chüechlitiger is designed to encourage young people to experience history and connect it with their own lives in the here and now.

The color brochure “Chüechlitiger” can be purchased at the museum ticket office (incl. craft materials, instructions and several surprises to take home – from 2 pieces with reduction).
The children’s trail is suitable for individual visits – with the family or as an excursion with a godchild – as well as for group visits, e.g. school classes from cycle 2 (from 3 years).
School classes from cycle 2 (from 3rd grade) or children’s birthday parties.

Click here for the folding instructions.

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School level
Cycle 2
The workshop is suitable for school classes from the region as well as for pupils who are in Emmental as part of a school trip or a project week.

Duration
approx. 60 minutes
30 minutes extension possible for further individual visits to the permanent exhibition

Costs
CHF 6.00/student (incl. admission)
CHF 4.00/student (incl. admission) for school classes from Emmental
Further special conditions for school classes from Langnau i.E. (billing via the school management)

> You can apply for cultural vouchers from the Canton of Bern for this workshop.
> Special opening outside museum opening hours is possible for 40.00/h.

References to Curriculum 21
NMG.8.3, NMG.9.1-9.4, NMG.10.1