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The Jorvik Viking Centre is a great resource for anyone learning about the Vikings. They have a number of downloadable classroom resources and you can even book a virtual visit from a Viking!
The Royal Air Force Museum has some wonderful virtual tours that let children explore the museum online. They also offer free teaching resources and activity sheets that can be downloaded for use by schools.
Experienced artists will work with young people to expand and enrich their drawing.
Students will have the opportunity to learn observational drawing skills, experiment with a variety of media and draw from still life set ups, as well as clothed models. All materials provided. For children aged 10-16.
Where: Saatchi Gallery Education Room
10.30am – 12pm on Saturdays
Autumn term: 22 September – 24 November
Spring term: 19 January – 23 March
Summer Term: 27 April – 29 June
Cost: £10 per session
Book through The Prince’s Drawing School: firstname.lastname@example.org
T +44 (0)20 7 6138548
Students and teachers learn how to use Garage Band or Movie Maker.