Led by the team at Creative Briefs, your pupils will enjoy a fun and fast paced tour of some of the best art venues that Hull has to offer, both in galleries and on our streets, challenging pupil’s perceptions of what art is, the value of art, and how people make a living through creative talents.
The tour leaders are very well connected with artists, creatives, curators, and venues in the city, offering valuable access to some of the cities most exciting art and culture. There will be many pleasant surprises as we are joined along the way by local artists and creatives, who will talk to pupils about their jobs, and the skills they use everyday.
This will be a truly memorable day for your students and staff, made all the more so by a podcast production which will record the thoughts, reactions, and learning from your pupils as the tour progresses. The podcast will be shared widely online, and you will have access to this for your own sharing and publicity.
The day will end with a short creative activity in which pupils will create their own pieces inspired by what they have seen and learnt.
Tours are £480 for a full day, and best suited to Key Stage 2 pupils.
We work with local schools, and with those visiting our wonderful city.
We can cater for up to 30 pupils, and request that at least one teacher and two TA's accompany us. We are fully insured and the tours are risk assessed.
Price equates to £16 per child.
Limited availability, so do contact us to enquire and book.
About Creative Briefs
At Creative Briefs we work with young people who may find the standard curriculum a challenge.
Our core team is made up of professional designers and qualified tutors, and as such we passionately believe in the power of creativity to increase life chances. We also believe that success for young people is not only about the examination results they achieve, but about developing important life skills that will help them succeed in all walks of life.
All our projects, including our tours puts young people in a situation where they can recognise their own strengths and learn from the processes involved in creative roles. This approach has a positive impact on wider life skills and attributes including self-confidence, communication, team working, creative thinking and problem solving, all of which contribute significantly to their personal development and life chances.