Age group: KS1, KS2

Subjects: Art, Science, Geography

Led by a member of the learning team, pupils will find out about artists who have been inspired by the natural world, such as Andy Goldsworthy and Mary Ann Rogers. We will discuss the different landscapes and habitats of the National Park, and pupils will create some art of their own, based on the traditional Japanese printing method of Gyotaku.

This session can be led in The Sill or at a site in the National Park where pupils can get creative and be inspired by what they can see around them to create their own pieces of art.

Click here to download our detailed Learning Overview for more information about the visit.

You can top up your visit to a full day free of charge, by further exploring The Sill building or Walltown using our resource boxes and trails. There are spaces available in The Sill for groups to have lunch, which can be booked as part of your visit.

Booking Information

Location: The Sill or at a relevant location in the National Park.

Duration: Half day (timings dependant on travel time from school to site).

Maximum number of pupils: 30

Cost: £80

To book or for more information please submit an enquiry via our online form.