Students will be led through the process of looking at and analysing an art work, through a study of 4 artworks. If you would like to study specific works during this session please let us know.
Behind the Scenes Guided Tours
NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
Take a look at the work of museum scientists in the Natural History department, and explore our vast collections.
Art Gallery visit - Impressionist and Modern Art
These notes have been developed to give you information about individual works within the impressionist and modern art galleries as well as suggestions of how to talk to your pupils about the works.
Please note that some of the works of art in this pack now appear in different galleries or have been removed from display. Please check if you would like to look at specific works of art when you visit.
Learning resource - Fragile? exhibition
Fragile? is an exhibition about ceramics. Ceramics are objects that are made out of clay and then fired. We often think of those objects as being fragile, but this exhibition challenges that idea as well as giving us an insight into the different kinds of ceramics being made today.
This learning resource is designed to support teachers and educators. It includes support in planning a visit, exploring the exhibition and suggestions for things to do back in the classroom. It is primarily aimed at Key Stage 2 and 3 pupils but can be easily adapted for older or younger students.
This resource is supported by the Colwinston Charitable Trust
William Smith Exhibition - A Level Geology Challenge
This resource for A Level has been written to support the William Smith Maps exhibition, on display at National Museum Cardiff from 26th September 2015.
It can also be used in the classroom, by accessing the maps online at
Learning Office – for bookings and general enquiries Tel: 029 2057 3240
RELEVANT TO GEOLOGY GCE A LEVEL SYLLABUS
The First World War Education Project
The National Library of Wales and National Museum Wales are leading a project to produce education resources for schools to commemorate the centenary of the First World War. As part of this project we are using items from the collections of both institutions to create digital teaching resources for Hwb.