Teaching resources round-up: Henry Moore

By Rachel Hayward | 18 February 2010
A photo of a Henry Moore sculpture in Yorkshire Sculpture Park surrounded by sheep and trees

Courtesy Yorkshire Sculpture Park. © Jonty Wilde

Henry Moore at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP)
The YSP website has a Henry Moore page with background information and images that could form part of a class discussion about sculpture in a natural setting. The Henry Moore bronze sculptures are on changing display around the Country Park and well worth a visit with your class.

Tate Online
There are cross-curricular Henry Moore resources in Tate's Schools Online.

Tate Collection also has an amazing bank of Moore's works on the Tate website. Perfect for a Henry Moore based project.

Henry Moore Foundation
We also highly recommend a resource called Henry Moore Works in Public. Access it via the Henry Moore Perry Green website on the Henry Moore Foundation website. You can find a Henry Moore work near you with a fantastic map resource of works on public display around the world. The images are a useful accompaniment to the map too.

More on the venues and organisations we've mentioned:
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