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.
This summer we have an exciting opportunity for primary schools to take part in our Turner School Art Competition. To tie in with our blockbuster Turner: Northern Exposure exhibition coming to Tullie House in October 2019. Which will showcase an extensive collection of works from The Tate from Turners tour to the north in 1799.
Please click the link above for more informaiton about how to enter.
Download your school poster for 2019/20 here as well as our Early Years Poster
For more information about individual sessions click on the subject in the right hand menu.
Schools Membership Scheme
We offer an annual subscription to schools which offers some fantastic benefits including:
FREE loan boxes
FREE in school Assemblies
Museum workshops for just £60 - a saving of £1.50 per pupil
To sign up of for more information download our sign-up form here.
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You can also find out more information about what Cumbria's other museums have to offer by downloading the Simply Schools Brochure HERE.
For general enquiries about the Schools service, to book a school visit or outreach session contact:
Sarah Forster, Schools and Families Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone 01228 618725
To enquire about booking a loan box contact:
David Gopsill, Learning Facilitator, email@example.com
Telephone 01228 618765
We are delighted to have won a Sandford Award for Heritage Education for our schools programme!
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.
Artsmark is the creative quality standard for schools and education settings, awarded by Arts Council England, recognising their commitment to high quality arts and cultural education.
Tullie House is proud to be supporting schools and education settings on their Artsmark journey, inspiring children and young people to create, eperience, and participate in great arts and culture.
We offer education settings who are working towards, or currently hold an Artsmark Award.
Find out more about Artsmark at www.artsmark.org.uk.
To find out how Tullie House can support your Artsmark journey, contact Sarah Forster, Schools and Families Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone 01228 618725