KS4 (ages 14-16+)

Art, craft and design remote learning resources for level 2 qualifications and above (e.g. BTEC, GCSE, Nationals 3-5)

Show and Tell, organised by The Photography Movement


The Photography Movement have teamed up with world-leading photographers, including Rankind, to create four workshop films which are freely available online. Designed for 11-18 year olds, the Show and Tell workshops and accompanying tasks are teaching children photography techniques (using smartphones) to support their mental wellbeing. The closing date for their Show and Tell exhibition is 10 Jan (14 Jan for NSEAD members) but the resources will be useful for home and remote learning at any time.


HENI Talks


The HENI Talks website shares insights about art history on film from artists, curators and academics.


Folkstone is an Art School


This is a series of seven films made by Bob and Roberta Smith which look at themes explored by artists and ways to look and make art. The artist’s themes include: ‘Who am I’; ‘Appropriation’ and ‘Placement’


National Saturday Club: Online


A collection of short creative exercises for young people to do at home that cover a range of disciplines and have all been put together by National Saturday Club tutors from across the Country.

Ian Thomspon, NSEAD, Widening Participation UAL


Art UK Home School


Art UK shares inspiration from their Masterpieces in Schools programme to help you create your own sculptural masterpiece. Each home school post will focus on a different Masterpieces in Schools event that has taken place since 2018.




It delivers a daily artwork to your inbox with a short explanation plus other information. Excellent for KS3 up and staff who are looking for something different.

Chris Gozzard, NSEAD


Culture in Quarantine


The BBC rounds up arts and culture television and radio programmes all of which will be of interest to anyone needing a culture boost.


TATE, 2020 Exam Prep themes


TATE shared a range of art works to help with last year's exam themes. They offer starting points, further inspiration and how have other artists have approached these or similar themes.