Special exhibitions schools programme

Special exhibitions programme for schools

There are many ways for you and your class to make the most of our special exhibitions. Schools can book in alongside the general public for teacher-led visits throughout the run of the exhibition, or book for a school exclusive morning on selected dates. We also offer facilitated visits and sessions alongside selected exhibitions.

Our private views for teachers offer an opportunity for teachers to enjoy an exclusive visit to the exhibition. Plan your visit, enhance your subject knowledge or just explore.

Teaching resources for use in the classroom and for a visit to the exhibitions are also available to download.

To book your visit, call the ticket desk on
+44 (0)20 7323 8181.

Edvard Munch: love and angst
(11 April – 21 July 2019)

Our schools’ programme for the exhibition is full of cross-curricular learning opportunities for all age groups and explores how Edvard Munch (1863-1944) is best known as a painter, but his reputation was established through his innovative and experimental prints. Munch produced his most creative works around the themes of love, loss and anxiety. This exceptional exhibition offers a unique opportunity to explore the specifications of the National Curriculum in Art and Design, PSHE and History through themes and key issues of the day.

School exclusive mornings 

Schools and Young Audiences exclusive mornings

KS2, 3, 4 & 5

Enjoy the exhibition with your group at special times dedicated exclusively to schools. Self-led resources are available for you to download and get the most out of the exhibition.

teachers resources 

Teachers' resources

KS3, 4 & 5

Discover ideas for learning in the exhibition with free downloadable cross-curricular resources.

Visit guide for teachers 

Image bank 

teachers private view 

Teachers' private View


Enjoy an exclusive evening visit to the exhibition and find out about cross-curricular learning opportunities.
Come along to plan a trip for your class with the help of our team, enhance your subject knowledge or simply explore the exhibition.

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