Free CPD for Secondary History Teachers

Watch this space for details of further CPD sessions exploring ways to teach the new curriculum using the National Portrait Gallery Collection.






Wilfred Owen, by John Gunston, 1916 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Wilfred Owen
by John Gunston
1916
NPG P515

Conflict and War: Teaching the First World War with Museum and Gallery Collections

A Free Study Day for Secondary School Teachers and Museum Learning Staff Organised by the National Portrait Gallery in collaboration with the Imperial War Museum, in connection with the Gallery’s exhibition The Great War in Portraits.

Date: Tuesday 11 March
Time: 11.00-16.00

Historian Dan Todman and curator Paul Moorhouse will give keynote talks, followed by a chance to visit the exhibition during an extended lunchtime (lunch not provided). In the afternoon all participants will experience working with three different types of evidence – artefacts, portraits and film.

FREE. Booking essential. Book online here

 

 

 

 

 


Tailor-made sessions

In addition to the listed session, we will happily tailor-make CPD sessions for groups of teachers. Why not group together with others from your area and visit us for portrait project inspiration?

FREE. RSVP essential: education@npg.org.uk or 020 7312 2483 Please provide full contact details.