Wolverhampton Arts & Heritage Service offers an exceptional, cross-curricular learning experience. Our Primary, Secondary and SEN schools sessions are directly inspired by our temporary exhibitions and our world-class collections of art, museum objects, archives and outdoor spaces including gardens, parks and a farm.
See our website for more details: www.wolverhamptonart.org.uk/learning
We have five cultural venues:
• Wolverhampton Art Gallery
• Bantock House Museum: Art and Nature, Toys, History, Gardens, Park
• Bilston Gallery: A cultural centre for Art, Engineering, Industry and Geology
• Wolverhampton City Archives: Local, Regional and National History
• Northycote Farm and Country Park: Farm and Park, Art & Nature, History
Our cultural learning sessions cater for all key stage levels (KS1 – KS5). We use creative approaches to enliven a wide range of subjects including Art and Design, History, Literature and Writing, and STEM subjects including Engineering and Geology.
We provide a unique and exciting learning experience for children and young people and teachers. We aim to raise aspirations, ambition and support achievement through engagement with the arts, culture, heritage and the outdoors.