Islington museum

Learning at Islington Museum

From educational sessions to school visits, find out how we can help pupils and students explore the history of Islington.

Students can find out about the history of the borough through nine themes in our permanent gallery: 

Childhood  Food and drink 
Fashion Leisure
Healthcare Radicals 
Caring Home
War time  

We also have a vibrant temporary exhibition programme examining local themes, national anniversaries, and community issues.

Our learning programme offers pupils enriching opportunities to explore the local history requirements of the current curriculum in cross-curricular workshops.

Through active engagement with archival documents, artworks, artefacts and costumes, they can creatively explore their heritage and connect to their local community.

Art Workshops for Primary Schools (KS2)

‘Rights and responsibilities, identity and inclusion’

Workshops sessions: 22, 23, 26 and 27 March 2018 

Venue - Islington Museum, 245 St John Street, ECV1 4NB

Join artist Chloe Cooper for our art workshops in March.

Under Chloe’s guidance, students will creatively engage with the diverse media, techniques and ideas appearing in our Art Now 2018 exhibition, showcasing new and exciting work by Islington GCSE and A-Level students. 

The workshops will explore the themes of ‘Rights and responsibilities, identity and inclusion’ which appear in the exhibition, make thoughtful links with sources in our growing Islington’s Pride Archive, and produce creative responses through a range of techniques. Suitable for KS2. 

For more information and to book, please contact
Lottie.Tempest-Mountford@islington.gov.uk or telephone 020 7527 2837

Booking a school visit?

If you are interested booking an education session or booking a class visit to one of our exhibitions, then please email the museum or call us on 020 7527 2837.

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