Contact our team, to book or enquire about our programme by emailing HogarthsHouse@Hounslow.gov.uk.
The Secret of the Mulberry Tree We’ve discovered a box at the base of the mulberry tree. What clues has one Founding child left for us? £125 for up to 30 children.
The Enraged Musician What can one of Hogarth’s prints tell us about London in the 18th century? Discover how to cut through the noise in The Enraged Musician. £125 for up to 30 children.
Print like Hogarth Explore the art of printmaking! Compare different printmaking techniques and have a go. £125 for up to 15 children. For larger classes, a second 60 minute session can be scheduled for an additional £50.
Our virtual workshops are £70 for up to two virtual workshops (if held on the same morning or afternoon). They include an introductory video with pre-session tasks, a 30-minute interactive session with a facilitator and a follow-up writing activity.
The Story of the Mulberry Tree 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?
The Enraged Musician What can one of Hogarth’s prints tell us about London in the 18th century? Your class will discover how to cut through the noise in The Enraged Musician.
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.
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.
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, Maths Discover the shapes and lines found in nature.
Art & Design, Science (KS1), Geography (KS2), Local History (KS2) Dive into habitats (KS1) and investigate changes to your local area (KS2).
History, Art & Design, English (KS2) Explore Hogarth’s London through his work.
History, Maths (KS1), English (KS2) William and Jane liked to do good deeds. Learn about their connection to the Foundling Hospital and housing Foundling children in the summers.
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.
Art & Design, Science, Maths
Art & Design, History
Art & Design, English, Maths, Design & Technology
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.