Schools, colleges & universities

All visits are designed to meet the specific needs and interests of your group. We welcome learners of all ages, Key Stages and levels of knowledge. We tailor our approach with each group in order to support your learning objectives and curriculum requirements.

Tour (up to 4 hours) – £6 per student

An interactive, guided tour of the Sculpture Park and current exhibitions, including facilitated discussion and drawing activities. Minimum charge: 10 students.

Tour & Workshop (up to 5 hours) – £12 per student

Our tour plus additional time to discover more about exhibited artists, their ideas and processes, through practical sculpture making or extended drawing activities and discussion. Materials included. Minimum charge: 10 students. 

Please note that bursaries are available for groups of children and young people where cost is prohibitive.


If you would like to book a visit, please download the booking form below and email it to [email protected].


School, College and University Booking Form


If you would like to discuss your requirements in more detail, please contact Bella, Education Administrator, with the email above or call 01980 862802.

Feedback from our visitors

“In increasingly, institutionalised educational landscapes, the activities of Roche Court Educational Trust stand as a beacon of independent, creative and empowering practice for students and educators alike!”

Senior Lecturer in Secondary Art and Design Education, UWE Bristol

“It has been such a great opportunity to see our students growing in confidence in their responses to the artwork. They seem to be recognising that their ideas are valued. The physical space and time to explore ideas has been really valuable especially for the age group.”

Teacher at Lytchett Minster School

The tour of the park offered by Roche Court was engaging and well-paced. Students were engaged by open questioning and keen to take part in a process that supported students’ attempts to delve deeper into the art work’s meaning… The work students undertook and the opportunities to engage verbally and  practically with the artwork has ensured students make clear progress towards national curriculum requirements.”

Teacher at Theale Green Community School

Feedback from a student at West Tytherley Primary School