We will be innovative, welcoming and accessible at every step, striving to connect people to the site and the community. We vow to work in collaborative, honest ways and give all learners the opportunity to work creatively to do the same.
Contact our Learning and Engagement Manager, Elizabeth Bryan, to enquire about our programme and any alterations for school engagements in light of Covid-19. Email Elizabeth.Bryan@hounslow.gov.uk.
Our virtual workshop is back this Spring!
The Story of the Mulberry Tree is a virtual workshop for Key Stages 1 (English and Science) and Key Stage 2 (English). We are trying to create a story about how the Mulberry Tree came to live in the garden at Hogarth’s House, but we’re a bit stuck, can your class help?
Key Stage 1 (English and Science) will create an interactive story and learn the ideal conditions for a tree to grow.
Key Stage 2 (English) will focus on their character development skills to imagine their character’s attributes and motivations.
This virtual workshop includes an introductory video with pre-session tasks, a 30-minute interactive session with a facilitator and a follow-up writing activity.
The cost is £70 for two virtual workshops held on the same morning or afternoon (£35 per class).
Bookings are taken 2+ weeks in advance
You can mix KS1 and KS2 sessions in the same booking.
We know every school’s schedule is different, we work with you to set times that work best for everybody.
To keep the sessions interactive as intended, we only allow one in the call with the facilitator at a time.
Safety is our number one priority and we take several measures to reduce risks. Our staff and learning facilitators had DBS certificates and we have an online safeguarding policy in place. Contact us if you have questions or concerns about safeguarding.
What are people saying about our virtual workshop?
Key Stage 1 workshop introductory video
Key Stage 2 workshop introductory video
Hogarth At Home resources
During the first national lockdown, we released a set of cross-curricular resources for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 pupils called Hogarth At Home. They were designed for at home learning as they require minimal resources and do not need to be printed.
As some pupils continue to be learning from home, including during self-isolation periods, these resources are still available to download.
Following on from the success of our Hogarth At Home resources, we have developed a series of in-classroom learning resources. A set of topics will be released each term of the 2020-2021 academic year, with offers for Key Stage 1 through to A Level.
Science, PHSE Explore your senses and feelings through a nature diary.
Art & Design William Hogarth’s art was often a commentary on society. Dive into Hogarth’s Four Times of the Day series to explore what Hogarth might have meant and consider what relevance the series has today.
We are proud partners with the London Transport Museum in their ACE funded Young Freelancers Programme. Young Freelancers support the development and delivery of our Schools Programme.
New programming coming soon!
Thanks to generous funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and as part of our Hogarth’s Mulberry Garden Project, we will soon be able to offer new opportunities for both Primary and Secondary Schools.
Primary Schools Programme
Our new offer will include:
Workshops for Key Stages 1 and 2 around printing techniques, The Enraged Musician print and our 350 year old mulberry tree
self-guided visit resources
More downloadable resources to use in the classroom
Secondary Schools Programme
Our new offer will include:
Self-guided visit resources
Downloadable resources to use in the classroom
Support in developing in-depth explorations to link in with Art and Design, Citizenship or History
We are also proud to be working with Chiswick School on a student-led film project looking at William Hogarth’s prints.
Schools will be welcome to have a self-guided visit to Hogarth’s House during our opening hours, but we kindly request that schools inform us prior to any visits by contacting our Learning Officer. The rooms of our eighteenth-century house are small and we need to ensure we can accommodate your visit. Only one class will be allowed to visit at a time and we require a minimum of one adult to every four pupils.
Due to Covid-19 our self-guided visit offer is currently suspended. We will be reviewing this decision in Spring 2021 and hope to welcome you and your class to Hogarth’s House soon. Email our Learning and Engagement Manager Elizabeth Bryan to discuss this or other ways to engage by emailing Elizabeth.Bryan@Hounslow.gov.uk
Are you interested in something else for schools?
Contact our Learning and Engagement Manager, Elizabeth Bryan, to enquire about our programme and how we can best support you. Email Elizabeth.Bryan@hounslow.gov.uk.