A BRADFORD museum is helping to support students who are having to study at home due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Peace Museum, which is dedicated to the history of peace, has created educational resources which can be accessed online and worked through at home.

The museum occupies three small galleries in a Victorian building in the centre of Bradford and it usually delivers educational workshops in schools across the city and the North.

But, all that was put to a stop when the COVID-19 virus came to England and schools were closed.

A spokesperson for The Peace Museum said: “As schools have closed down for most students amid the coronavirus pandemic, our education team has been busy creating educational resources to do at home.

“We have created activity sheets inspired by iconic figures from the peace movement and some based on education sessions we offer for schools.

“The activities are aimed at children aged 7-11, but could be suitable for anyone.”

The topics and figures range from those who are well established, to more modern influential characters.

On that note, Greta Thunberg is one of those the activities focus on.

The Swedish teenager skipped school and inspired an international movement to fight climate change.

Find out more about her and her cause in this activity.

One activity focuses on primatologist (the study of the behaviour, biology, evolution, and taxonomy of non-human primates), Jane Goodall.

She is most known for her long-term study of wild chimpanzees in Tanzania.

Find out more about the animal rights icon and her trailblazing work in this activity.

A name many people may be familiar with is, Rosa Parks.

She was an American activist described as “mother of the civil rights movement”.

Learn how this remarkable woman helped change the lives of millions of people with just one simple act of defiance.

The next activity focuses on Sadako Sasaki.

She was a Japanese girl who became a victim of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima when she was two-years-old.

Learn about a courageous girl whose life, which ended through the effects of war, inspired a worldwide call for peace.

The final figure is Wangarĩ Maathai.

She was a renowned Kenyan social, environmental and political activist and the first African woman to win the Nobel Prize.

Find out more about her and her inspiring legacy in this activity.

The museum also has a number of other downloadable resources to keep you busy during lockdown.

The Art of Peace section allows you to create your own postcard, using an activity sheet based around Bradford artist, David Hockney.

Mr Hockney has created many pieces in the past focusing on peace-making, including a postcard called "Peace On Earth".

You can use this as inspiration for your own postcard.

The "Caring for Our World" activity sheet meanwhile gives ideas for how we can all work together to look after the enviroment.

You will be given facts about our planet and the animals that live here, as well as being asked questions - such as, is there anything you can do in your garden to help look after the animals that visit, like Bees and Hedgehogs?

The museum has also uploaded activity sheets that are usually available in the building itself.

This includes a template to create your own "Peace Symbol Dreamcatcher".

The final product could look something like the main image above.

Other templates you can print off and colour in include: "Peace" bookmarks and decorative dove colouring pages.

You can download all of the above here...