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.
An interactive, guided tour of the Sculpture Park and current exhibitions, including facilitated discussion and drawing activities. Minimum charge: £80.
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 follow the links to view the range of Primary and Secondary (and Sixth Form) workshops we offer. We are also happy to deliver bespoke sessions or activities that are inspired by the New Art Centre’s current exhibition. Please email [email protected] with the themes and topics you would like us to cover.
Please note that bursaries are available for groups of children and young people where cost is prohibitive. Visit our bursaries page here.
“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
“We were all so impressed with the beautiful setting and your warm welcome and interest in the children. It was a real pleasure to spend the day with you all and I hope the feeling was mutual! We are most definitely planning on returning again next year with the same year group, and for me personally, I am planning on bringing my 5 year old to a little workshop and visit in the next couple of months. Thank you so much again and keep up the great work!”
Teacher at St Piran’s School
“For several of the students, it was their first time in a formal exhibition setting of any sort and being in the park and galleries was a fantastic experience for them especially. What was particularly significant was that students who often don’t say much, felt confident to speak up and share their thoughts and ideas. You made us all feel welcome and valued. Thank you.”
Teacher at The Burgate School