Learning Activities

Our Learning Team have put together two activity booklets:

Learning Activity Sheets

These learning activity sheets have been designed by NAE Associate Artists Shamila Chady and Elaine Winter; they can be adapted to suit any young people over the age of 6 years old, at home or at school. We are aiming to provide enjoyable 'hands-on' creative learning activities to help interpret the work of diverse artists who are showcased at NAE. We welcome feedback from teachers, parents and young people to help us develop and improve these resources over the coming years.

Please contact ruth@nae.org.uk with your comments and photos of your creations!

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Creating Connections Sheets

These Creating Connections learning activities have been designed by NAE Associate Artists Shamila Chady and Elaine Winter; they can be adapted to suit any young people over the age of 8 years old, at home or at school. Creating Connections was a project for schools funded by Art Fund in 2019/20, designed to help young people make positive connections with others their age where there is a feeling of disconnectedness due to cultural and other differences.

Please contact ruth@nae.org.uk with your comments and photos of your creations!

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CULTURAL IDENTITY ACTIVITY SHEET

Examples of activities:

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