Having examined some of the ways in which you can present programmes of work, it is worth taking a quick look at the major areas of subject-matter dealt with by teachers, especially those working with five-to sixteen-year-olds. Most teachers who bring students to museums are teachers of history. Whilst this is quite natural, it is a great shame that teachers of other subjects do not consider museums as a realistic option. One reason, of course, is that they are unaware of any relevance that museums might have to what they teach. It is incumbent upon the museum educator, therefore, to draw any relevance to their attention and to work in concert with them to develop appropriate programmes of work.