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Education : Visiting FTM

The Museum has developed, in conjunction with North Southwark Education Action Zone a workbook of guided drawing tasks for younger learners based on themes from the art and design curriculum. This is offered to schools within the zone for free and is included in the admission price for schools outside the area.

Prices for Group Visits

All prices are for groups of 10 or more. One accompanying teacher or course leader may attend free for every 10 students (i.e. 2 for every 20, etc.).

PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Admission including worksheet £2
Admission including worksheet plus talk £3

LOCAL PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Admission including worksheet free
Admission including worksheet plus talk £1

OVERSEAS SCHOOLS AND STUDENTS AGED 16 + (post GCSE, college and university)

Admission £3
Admission plus talk £4

NON-STUDENT AND ADULT GROUP PRICES

Admission £5
Admission plus talk £7

Booking

Please call 020 7407 8664 and speak to Tim Hunter for group bookings. Payment is by cheque, credit card or cash and should be made at the Admissions Desk upon arrival. We request that all groups make one payment as it is not possible to process individual group members payments at Admissions. Cheques should be made payable to Fashion and Textile Museum.

Information

The Museum has no café or restaurant but there is a space where packed lunches may be eaten, or a beautiful park nearby.

Photography within the exhibition is not permitted.

Groups are welcome to draw within the gallery space (pencil only).

Workshops

The FTM Education team has developed a programme of one-day workshops based on different National Curriculum subjects. These include a Numeracy Pattern Cutting Workshop, a Humanities Puppet Making Workshop and a Chemical Processes in Fashion Workshop. These workshops must be booked well in advance and must be carried out within the schools' classroom. The cost of the workshops varies. Teachers who are interested in the workshops should contact Tim Hunter on 020 7407 8664.

 

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