Admission is free – please book timed tickets in advance for your visit to the James Barnor exhibition.
An education resource for teachers to rethink the ways we talk about colonialism and its legacy in schools.
Documentation of a series of interventions by young people from Westminster Academy and artist collective Febrik.
Shapes kits for nurseries and families, each featuring geometric shapes adapted from Fröbel’s 'Gifts'.
Supporting early educators to form solidarities children advocate for free play in the state school system.
Dance artist Nefeli Skarmea invited visitors to experience the 2015 Pavilion in a physical way.
A classroom game which invites children and teachers to explore the transition from primary to secondary school.
A response to the question 'Is this our Edgeware Road?', proposed as a series of possibilities for the area.
Public 10 designed ways of making future planning more accessible to those who lived in the Edgware Road area.
A curriculum for use by teachers and students to bring their schools into conversation with their local area.
From the architecture pavilion and digital commissions to the ideas marathon and the General Ecology programme, explore 50 years of artists, projects and exhibitions.