These practical resources are designed for use by museum and heritage education practitioners working with a wide range of audiences.
Circuit was a national four year (2013-17) programme led by Tate. In the project’s own words "Circuit set out to create better access to the arts for 15-25 year olds. It was built on Tate’s long-term work with young people, and aimed to reach those who might not usually connect with galleries."
These short, practical guides explain the benefits of developing your practice and give step by step advice on how to do it; they signpost useful resources and sources of further support so that you can take things to the next stage.
We never envisaged that the Sounding Out Your Heritage (SOYH) project would be such an amazing success and produce some dramatic early results. If you want to improve health and wellbeing in older adults using learning, then read on.
Are you interested in applying for the Learning Outside the Classroom (LOtC) Quality Badge? Would you like some help getting started with your Self Evaluation Form (SEF)? These resources will help you to understand the Quality Indicators that make up the SEF and how they relate to practice.
Read this special edition of Case Studies to gain an insight into the Art’s Council England’s Museums and Schools programme funded by the Department for Education.