Further & Higher Education

Museum of Archaeology

The museum welcomes A-Level, Further and Higher Education students and can offer a variety of sessions and workshops, using archaeology to explore a range of humanities and science-based topics. Students will have the opportunity to handle artefacts dating back to prehistory, and the museum can tailor activities to complement specific subject areas and themes.

For more information, please contact Ellie Ball, Creative Learning Officer at eleanor.ball@nottingham.ac.uk or on 0115 748 6264.

Museum of Archaeology

Gallery & Museum Talks, Tours and Workshops

Professionally Led Tours and Workshops

Students can directly engage with the artwork in the Galleries or Museum, be supported and encouraged to respond and express their personal views. In addition to accessing the exhibitions, there’s a Learning Studio for follow-on discussion, and the potential for practical art sessions or handling sessions in our Visual Arts Studio or Collections Resource Centre (Museum).

To enquire about a professionally led tour/workshop, please contact Ruth.Lewis-Jones@nottingham.ac.uk for the Galleries Clare.pickersgill@nottingham.ac.uk for the Museum.

Guided Tour

For visits to the Weston Gallery, and specific questions related to Manuscripts & Special Collections Department based at Kings Meadow Campus, please see Manuscripts and Special Collections Department

Self-guided visits

Colleges and Schools are welcome to plan their own self-guided visits to The Djanogly Gallery & Angear Visitor Centre, Museum and Weston Gallery. Self-guided visits are free but booking in advance is recommended to ensure you have the best experience. Contact Emily Dawkes on 0115 846 7185 or at rachel.feneley@nottingham.ac.uk

Self Guided Visits

Nottingham Advantage Award at Nottingham Lakeside Arts

Open to University of Nottingham undergraduates, The Nottingham Advantage Award provides the opportunity for participants to stand out, demonstrate the vision to achieve key goals, and to gain recognition for commitment, showing potential employers valuable skills gained whilst making the most of university life.

Nottingham Lakeside Arts has devised an Arts in the Community module, which can count as one of three modules required to gain the Nottingham Advantage Award. The Lakeside module is open to any student who is working or undertaking a placement or traineeship here, and is designed flexibly to enable credits to be awarded for work being undertaken at Lakeside.

NLA’s module aims to gain an understanding of the organisation’s objectives as well as practical work experience within a multi-arts centre.

The University of Nottingham Museum of Archaeology at Lakeside also participates in the Heritage module of the Nottingham Advantage Award, a module which gives students interested in working in the heritage sector valuable work experience. Participants will be given experience in various areas of museum work, including collections, education, events and administration. Where possible, activities can be tailored to the specific interests of the student.

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Nottingham Advantage Award

Raising attainment in Drama and Theatre Studies

Success in the Written Examination - suitable for AQA, WJEC, Edexcel and OCR.

Lakeside have worked closely with an experienced teacher and education consultant to help students with the task of writing effectively about theatre, in order to address teachers’ concerns that it’s often the written component of courses which prevents students from achieving their potential grades at GCSE and A Level.

Each year, selected performances linked into KS4 and KS5 courses offer specially integrated programmes around into Writing about Theatre, Theatre Reviews, Text in Context and the Written Performance Concept.

Programmes include

  • A post-show Seminar identifying key points for use in evaluative writing
  • Resource pack with teacher guide
  • ICT presentation for use in lessons
  • All packed with exemplar material linked directly into exam requirements

Superb! It is exactly what the students need to be able to access the higher grades for this aspect of the A Level

Jonathan Cleaver, Friesland School

For more information, contact rachel.feneley@nottingham.ac.uk 

 

Nottingham Advantage Award