We offer a range of accessible and fun resources to inspire and engage secondary school pupils with our history. Worksheets are designed to enable students to deepen their understanding of the Art & Design and English curriculum, and share their ideas in diverse ways.
For a unique experience in London, book a free visit to explore our Collections and exhibitions with your pupils. We offer free resources for Key Stages 3-4 which complement group visits and explore different aspects of the Foundling Hospital story. Special resources also accompany our regular programme of exhibitions and displays.
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Please note group visits must be pre-booked. However, unfortunately, due to staff shortages, we are currently unable to take school bookings. Please check this page again after February half term when we should be able to take bookings again.
For larger groups of up to 60 our neighbours at the Charles Dickens Museum are often able to accommodate half of your group for a taught visit before swapping over at lunchtime. Please see their website for details or email email@example.com to enquire about availability.
Gerald Coke Handel Collection
We offer free visits for schools to view the Gerald Coke Handel Collection, along with a specially-designed workshop to give students an introduction to the music of Handel. For more information or to book a visit contact Katharine Hogg on +44 (0)20 7841 3606 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Handel & His Music
Suitable for Key Stage 3-4 | Music
Students of GCSE and A-level music are given an introduction to the music of Handel and his contemporaries, focusing on works studied as part of the relevant course syllabus. Original materials will be used during workshops and students will be introduced to aspects of the production, transmission and performance of music in the eighteenth century.