Visits & Outreach
Discover sacred spaces in gardens, museums, art galleries, ancient sites and open spaces, and how they benefit learners' moral, social and cultural understanding and attitudes towards people and communities.
Want to get your kids enthused by art this summer? Here’s a selection of seven art galleries where kids are welcomed with open arms and there’s plenty to keep them occupied and engaged.
What happens to your brain when you enter a museum? This Royal Society film explores the answers on a visit to the V&A.
A guide to some key venues to visit with your class to meet and interact with characters from history.
Teaching the Tudors, the Victorians or any other key historical era? Take your class to a period house and garden and your pupils will enjoy a fuller picture of what life was like then.
The Imperial War Museum, North's latest sculpture, The Crusader, is a thought-provoking teaching resource.
An enhanced digital access to literary treasures awaits your pupils at the British Library.
You will now find it easier to take your class out on a trip with Learning Outside the Classroom's Quality Badge.
Many heritage gardens around the UK offer an abundance of fresh air and fun, subject-based activities that can be continued back in the classroom.
Visitors to the Attenborough Studio within the Darwin Centre can unleash dinosaurs and hominids in a new interactive.
The latest must-see exhibition from the British Museum.
We The Peoples Film Festival runs this Saturday 27/11/2010 at the BFI, London and is free to attend
Two new National Gallery projects have improved pupil attainment levels
A trainee at the Hunterian Museum's learning events has just won a Marsh Volunteers for Museum Learning Award.
The astronauts' visit to Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is a reminder of the venue's own history of journey and discovery.