Tullie House has a diverse and exciting programme for schools. We offer workshops, activities and resources using the museum and its collections and exhibitions as inspiration.
Our new school poster for 2017/18 has just arrived! Download your copy here - 2017/18 Primary School Poster as well as our brand new Early Years Poster
Brand New sessions - for KS1: Old Tullie House Explorers: Colour and Shape and Habitats and Minibeasts and for KS2: Poetry in Art and Driggsby the Whale.
New for 2017/18 - China and Eden Rivers Special Event Weeks as well as the return of our ever popular Egyptian and Viking Weeks.
New School Outreach Weeks on Florence Nightingale, Diwali and Ian Douglas's Winter Tales as well as new in-school assemblies on Anglo Saxons, Chinese New Year and the River Eden.
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For general enquiries about the Schools service, to book a school visit or outreach session as well as enquiries about and to book a loan box contact:
Sarah Forster, Learning Coordinator, email@example.com
Telephone 01228 618725
We are delighted to have won a Sandford Award for Heritage Education for our schools programme! Judge Judy Davis commented:
Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery offers visiting groups the opportunity to experience a wide variety of subjects for all age groups from Roman times to the present day. The museum is spacious, attractive and well equipped. The facilitators are competent and know the building very well. Local schools are extremely fortunate in being able to use the museum for a wide variety of age groups and topics.