One Object – Many Stories
Take part in Take One and unleash anything from a week to a whole term’s creative, cross-curricular learning across your school.
Take One supports primary school teachers to develop exciting projects using one museum object as a focus.This is a local opportunity to take part in a nationally successful programme instigated by the prestigious National Gallery. Take One can be done at Key Stages 1 and 2 and enables your pupils to develop transferable learning skills through in-depth engagement with a museum object.
TAKE ONE – FREE TEACHER TRAINING DAY
FRIDAY 25 JANUARY 2019 – 9.30AM-3.30PM
The subject of our 2019 Take One project will be a painting of the Auriol and Dashwood Families by Johann Zoffany. Painted in the 1780s, it depicts a very British tea party – in the heat of India. This painting is rich in cross-curricular possibilities and we are looking forward to sharing it with you and your pupils.
The Take One training day will equip you with the training and resources to develop exciting projects using one museum object as a springboard in your class or whole school. Send up to 3 staff members to be the Take One ambassadors for your school. Participating schools will also be able to book special, artist-led, Take One workshops at the Holburne (charges apply) and exhibit a selection of their pupils’ work at a weekend exhibition at the Holburne in summer 2019.
This is a local opportunity to take part in a nationally successful programme instigated by the National Gallery.
For more information and to book please contact Jane Shearn, Learning Administrator, 01225 388568 or firstname.lastname@example.org