Educational Visit Feed Back

To ensure we are providing all schools with a high quality service, we ask that you please take the time to give us some feedback by filling in this short questionnaire below..

Museum of Power

The Museum of Power
Steam Pumping Station, Hatfield Road, Langford, Maldon, Essex CM9 6QA
Phone: 01621 843183


Your School Details

Your Visit Leader's Name School Name
Visit Date Year Group
Contact No. Email
MOP Guides Name.    
1. How did you hear about our educational visits?
 Previous visit  Word of mouth  Website  Staff meeting  Phoned museum  Schools directory (please specify)
2. How would you rate our booking procedures?
 Excellent  Good  Fine  Poor  Unacceptable
3. Was the session your group attended relevant to the topic / curriculum studied at school?
 Yes very  Yes  Some parts were  No
4. Was the style and content of the session pitched at the right level for your pupils?
 Yes  No  Partly
5. Do you feel that the children understood and were engaged?
 Yes  No  Partly
6. Is there anything you feel should be added or omitted from the session to improve it?
 Yes  No
7. How would you rate the session you had today?
 Excellent  Good  Fine  Poor  Unacceptable
8. What would be the best method of informing you about new and upcoming educational resources that we offer?
 Leaflet in the post  Email  Telephone  Website  Other (please specify)
9. Would you come again?
 Yes  No  Maybe
Do you have any comments / feedback on your visit to the museum as a whole?  (E.g. Customer service, location, museum displays, education facilities etc.)
Thank you, your contribution is much appreciated.

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'We Believe in Making a Future for our Industrial Heritage'


  • Museum Introduction video

    The Museum includes numerous power-related exhibits that will interest young and the not so young, with many working examples of various power sources, machinery, equipment and tools. View our introduction video here.

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  • Becoming a Volunteer

    Our museum Staff are supported by a dedicated group of volunteers who carry out the varied tasks that maintain, preserve and facilitate the daily operation of the museum and its tearoom. Read more about becoming a Volunteer.

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  • Tea Room

    The Steam Pump Tea Room is a tastefully themed Tea Room situated in the former 1930's machine shop and is a lovely place to relax with friends or family and enjoy a break. Open Wednesday to Sunday.

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