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We support creativity in the classroom by embedding the arts across the curriculum and creating unforgettable learning experiences.

Barbican Box

Barbican Primary Box

Barbican Box is a portable Box filled with the ingredients for making and creating original artistic work, inspired by our multi-arts programme. Our Primary Box is a cross-arts Box designed to ignite creativity in the classroom through a guided process of in-school artist visits and teacher CPD. We have previously worked with mathematician Marcus du Sautoy to curate the Box which introduced pupils to imaginative and adventurous approaches by weaving the arts, writing and mathematics altogether. 

As part of our National Development programme, funded by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, we are delighted to bring the Barbican Primary Box to Norfolk, in partnership with PEACH West Norfolk LCEP via Creative Arts East. 
 

Barbican Box

Discover Barbican Primary Box

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London Primary School Children take part in the Primary Box

The children explored the objects in the House of Stories Barbican Box, curated by Michael Rosen and created artworks, moving image and poetry based around the themes of family stories, language and migration.

Resources

Teacher lab: teaching resources

A downloadable teaching resource with creative activities to support pupils’ understanding of the primary science curriculum

Teaching Resources

Fun Learning Activities

We have a wide range of free arts-based activities that children and young people can get involved with from home or in the classroom.

Fun Learning Activities Page

Discover: Teacher Labs

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Teacher Lab

Teacher Lab promotes creative practice in the classroom by supporting cross-curricular teacher and artist exchanges, giving teachers access to artists in order to re-imagine the curriculum and develop practical tools for learning through the arts.  

Cinema

Visual Arts

Culture Mile School Visits Fund

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