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Primary schools

Storytelling, talks, workshops and teaching resources for school groups 

Early Year Foundation Stage (EYFS) to Key Stages 1 and 2

Contact us at schoolbookings@ng-london.org.uk

Primary school sessions

Educator-led sessions for schools, offered in the Gallery or online:

Tours and storytelling

Bring paintings to life through storytelling and object handling in the Gallery. 

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Practical workshops

Develop children's skills in communication, creativity and dexterity in these workshops at the Gallery. 

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Online talks and storytelling

Live storytelling for younger years and interactive talks for older children, held on Zoom. 

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Online workshops

Online workshops, held on Zoom, to develop skills in communication, creativity and dexterity.

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SEND groups

Tailored multisensory sessions for students with special education needs and disabilities (SEND).

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Visiting tips

Make the most of your time at the Gallery with our visiting information and tips for school groups. 

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Take One Picture
Learn about our nationwide programme for primary schools.
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For primary school teachers

CPD sessions, cultural placements, and handy resources for the classroom. 

CPD sessions

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) sessions, including our popular Take One Picture CPD days for primary teachers. 

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Initial Teacher Education

Sessions for trainee teachers training as part of a higher education course or in school-based training.

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Teachers' notes

Handy notes about our Take One Picture focus paintings and other works in the collection.

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Make and create

Art tutorial videos using everyday materials that children can follow from home. 

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Hidden symbols in art

Short videos by educators, from spotting saints to birds and death in paintings. 

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Take One Picture

Learn about our nationwide programme for primary schools and see examples of students' work. 

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