Museums, galleries, archives and historic sites around the UK are now offering Take One programmes to make their collections accessible to young people for enquiry-based learning.
Each region has a champion – a museum that helps other institutions to set up their own Take One programme.
The principle of Take One is simple: to apply the model of the National Gallery Take One Picture programme within a local context.
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Kathryn Witts: I’ve really enjoyed the inspirational and new creative ways of teaching the children and how an artefact can be used as a stimulus that can engage boys, girls and the most quietest of children within the classroom. So I've really enjoyed that aspect of it; a completely new way of learning and new way of teaching for me, and I'm hoping to spread it throughout the rest of the school.
Image above: Southroyd Primary School at Leeds Art Gallery
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