Turner’s House in Twickenham opens ways for pupils and teachers to engage in a cross curricular learning programme, which draws inspiration from JMW Turner’s home, art and historical context.
KS1 & 2 Turner & the Landscape workshop with Orleans House Gallery
An engaging workshop across two sites. Explore Turner’s House as pupils learn about the history of the house and Turner’s landscapes from his Liber Studiorum collection. Then create your own art with a watercolour painting or drypoint printing at Orleans House Gallery.
Workshops are 2 hours and run on Tuesdays from 10am-12noon.
To book a visit, please contact the Orleans House Gallery education team:
Phone: 020 8487 5258
Please download our teachers pre visit booklet for practical information and resources for your visit.
Assemblies on Local History
Turner’s House education staff offer FREE 10-15min assemblies on protecting local heritage. In this short presentation aimed at primary school pupils we tell the story of how Professor Livermore saved Sandycombe Lodge, Turner’s House, its recent restoration project and how pupils can learn more about local history and be a part of protecting local heritage.
Available Tuesdays-Thursdays. For enquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be aware that we cannot accommodate self-led school visits.