To enable social distancing and help protect our visitors and colleagues, we've implemented new safety measures across the estate. As a Learning Outside the Classroom accredited site, we have also completed a Kaddi risk assessment:
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In response to Covid-19 we now also offer outreach workshops and live-streamed session - bringing Chatsworth to your classroom. Sessions will always link to something unique to Chatsworth and we will tailor the content to meet your project or curriculum requirements.
Outreach and live streaming can be delivered in a class timetable slot or we can deliver for a half or whole day.
Learning at Chatsworth is delivered by a team of specialists with expertise in arts, heritage or environment based learning inspired by the collections at Chatsworth and the surrounding garden, parkland and landscape. We integrate art and creativity into STEM based learning, making us an ideal STEAM centre.
Your session will meet a broad range of needs and learning styles.
We offer complimentary tickets to teachers/leaders visiting in line with the national teacher guidelines. Foundation, KS1and KS2 – 1:6. KS3 and above – 1:10. All additional adults are charged at the learners’ rate.
We have developed this programme in response to current Covid-19 restrictions. If you were planning on visiting Chatsworth but are currently unable to do so, we can come to you!
If you want to include Chatsworth content in your curriculum delivery, we can support you.
If you are interested in developing object-based learning in your school we can show you how.
Curriculum topics available: Printingmaking, Drawing, Sculpture, Painting.
Our workshops support the art curriculum by connecting it with objects and artists from our collections. Your pupils will be introduced to a range of art materials and techniques and experiment with them to create their own drawings, paintings and sculptures.
We offer workshops exploring:
painting, drawing, sculpture and printmaking - age appropriate introductions to materials and techniques
introducing artists and craftspeople through the ages, from the ancient world to the present day. This builds a pupils knowledge and understanding of arts and crafts in history and today and provides a source of inspiration for their own creativity.
We have no group size limit for delivering via live-stream. Maximum group size may be determined by type of activity and level of interaction required.
We have a safeguarding policy that includes digital safeguarding. The call can be hosted by us or by the school. We will not record the call unless requested to by the school. We broadcast from within a learning centre. Our team are fully DBS checked.
A broadband connection is required and a whiteboard or large screen/monitor for projecting into classroom.
We request that information is provided as part of the booking process in order for us to tailor the content accordingly.
Our sessions can be tailored for SEND groups and individuals. Contact us to discuss the requirements of your group.
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