A teacher lays out art materials on the floor of Tate Britain

[The artists] were exceptionally good/ hands on with our SEN children and knew how to communicate with them. They provided a visual sensory experience for the students. The morning went well and everything was planned to suit our needs.
Autumn 2011

Day-long workshops for students with physical, cognitive or sensory difficulties or disabilities. These sessions are tailored to accommodate your group’s particular requirements. By engaging in a series of practical and gallery-based activities, students are made to feel welcome, unhurried and inspired.

We recommend group sizes of up to ten depending on the needs of the group, supported by appropriate staffing ratios from the visiting organisation. An essential requirement for staff accessing SEN provision is to complete and return a questionnaire before visiting.

An orientation and lunch space is provided.

Tate Britain – Selected dates during term time, Mondays and Thursdays, the day will be split into two 90-minute sessions: 10.30–12.00 and 13.00–14.30

Supported by the Lord Leonard and Lady Estelle Wolfson Foundation