As part of National Stationery Week, sponsor, Maped Helix, is rewarding all schools visiting the Black Country Living Museum from 25th April to 1st May with a stationery class pack to promote the importance of handwriting.
The heritage attraction and educational charity in Dudley, West Midlands, invites its visitors to join in 300 years of Black Country history, marking the rise of manufacturing in the area.
Lianne Fletcher, Marketing Manager at Maped Helix said, “we are pleased to continue our relationship with Black Country Living Museum. Last year’s event went fantastically and Maped Helix want continue to dedicate itself to education and learning; our projects with Black Country Living Museum will help support those commitments.”
Mel Weatherly, Head of Learning at Black Country Living Museum added, “we’re excited to work with Maped Helix again, in conjunction with National Stationery Week. The written word has continued importance in this increasingly technological age; we have to encourage children in the Black Country to find their voices through the written word.”