The Lady Lever Art Gallery offers a wide range of activities, workshops and resources for education and community groups of all ages.
Schools and groups can also pre-book our activity rooms, including lunch facilities.
We strongly advise that all teachers and accompanying adults visiting the gallery with a group read the following guidance notes.This will give you all the practical information you need to ensure that you have an enjoyable and productive visit, including sample risk assessments.
Explore these themes and topics on your visit to the gallery:
Explore the Lady Lever Art Gallery and our collections with this trail and sketchbook.
Lever Collects trail (pdf)
Lady Lever sketchbook (pdf)
More resources are available below
Workshops are free of charge and usually link to the national curriculum through our collections and displays. Many sessions are led by a member of our team, while some are self-led. Booking well in advance is advised.
Whether you are visiting the Lady Lever Art Gallery or would like to use activities in the classroom, we have a number of resources available including notes for teachers, booklets for children, a trail, a sketchbook and online quizzes and games.
Can you guess what these and are and how they were used? Take the challenge!
Twelve questions and answers reveal fascinating facts about Josephine de Beauharnais and Napoleon Bonaparte .
Learn how to write and say animal names in Cantonese.
Spin the Wedgwood pot and pick a god or goddess to learn more about Greek mythology.
Explore the gallery and our collections with this trail and sketchbook.
These teacher notes support school sessions that we offer at the Lady Lever Art Gallery, but could also be used independently.The teacher notes are only available as pdfs to download below, we do not provide printed copies.
These booklets for pupils can be downloaded below and are also available as a printed copy on gallery for pupils to complete during their visit.
The Creative ideas resource has been designed for parents, teachers and group leaders to give some ideas of creative activities you could undertake during a visit. You can download it below and printed copies are also available at the Gallery.
The My home trail specially for our youngest visitors can be downloaded here and printed copies are also available at the Gallery.
These resources were funded by a Heritage Lottery Fund grant, as part of the development of the South End galleries in 2016.
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