Learning

School Visits

Belton House is the setting for our schools programmes with lots to explore © Rika Gordon

Belton House is the setting for our schools programmes with lots to explore

Our programmes have been designed to help your class discover connections between the past and present and the world around them.

Set in the Mansion House, programmes allow children to explore the rooms where the family and servants lived and worked, or the opportunity to become art detectives.

Outside you can enjoy the formal gardens, parkland and the Adventure Playground.

Information for Teachers

50 Things - bug hunting

50 Things - bug hunting

For full details about all of our programmes and information about your visit please see the Teacher Information Pack and Frequently Asked Questions sheet.

Alternatively contact Melissa Maynard, Learning Manager or call 01476 542974.

Sandford Award Winner

We are proud to have won a Sandford Award for excellence in heritage education in 2013.

This excellence and quality will be built on during 2014 with new activities being designed to support the new National Curriculum.

 © Arts Council England / Trinity College

We support the Arts Awards

Many of our school activities support young people working towards their Arts Award, especially Discover and Explore.

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