Study Days

Study Days provide Secondary students with in-depth ways to critically explore themes and topics over a full day. Specifically designed and curriculum-linked, Study Days extend classroom study and offer a platform to research and gain further inspiration through interacting with the Collection or exhibitions. Study Days are based in the Ondaatje Wing Lecture Theatre and include time in the Galleries, discussion activities and some practical work. They may also include an exhibition viewing.

National Portrait Gallery cancellation and non-attendance charges apply. See terms and conditions. Booking Essential.

Queen Elizabeth I
by Unknown English artist
circa 1588
NPG 541

AS/A2 Tudor History Study Day

Suitable for Secondary History AS/A2 students

Comprehensive and unique Study Days developing historical skills required for source investigation. Visiting both the National Portrait Gallery and the Tower of London, groups participate in workshops studying portraiture and architecture from your chosen period. National Portrait Gallery gives a lecture theatre discussion followed by the opportunity for group work in front of portraits.

Select from the following topics:

Henry VII

Maximum 30 students
£12.35 per student, (minimum 15 students or minimum cost £185)

National Portrait Gallery cancellation and non-attendance charges apply. See terms and conditions

We run two sessions per date listed below. Please state whether you want session A or session B.

Session A – Morning at National Portrait Gallery – afternoon at HRP Tower of London

Session B – Morning at HRP Tower of London – afternoon at National Portrait Gallery

Please ensure you check which session you book (session A or B) as they start at different locations.

For more information or to book, please contact the Tower of London Education Service on 020 3166 6646 or visit the website here

Friday 13 October 2017
Friday 17 November 2017
Friday 12 January 2018
Friday 9 February 2018
Friday 16 March 2018
Friday 20 April 2018

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