Sponsor of Bristol Museums' Annual Education Programme and various exhibitions
Partner: Bristol Museums
Partner type: Community Group
Clifton High School sponsors the Bristol Museums' Annnual Education Programme. The Education Programme is now one of the largest in the South West and delivers formal teaching and learning activities and programmes to children and young people, parents, teachers, school and related organisations within the National Curriculum from Early Years and Foundation to Key Stages 1-5. The museums have also established a regular programme of curriculum-related learning opportunities, offering adapted sessions for home educators and their children, together with specialist training for the CPD of teachers. Working in partnership with specialist teachers, Bristol Museums also offer adapted sessions for children who are disabled or have special educational needs.
In 2017/18 we also sponsored The Pliosauraus Exhibition and are sponsoring the Leonardo Da Vinci: A Life in Drawing exhibition, which will take place between 1st February and 6th May 2019.
Aims of the project
To assist, through sponsorship, the Bristol Museums to reach out to all schools in the city of Bristol, and help raise attainment levels in areas of special need or social deprivation, providing workshops to targeted schools for a minimal charge. Supplying use of school minibus to transport children to and from events.
Background and goals
Established 2017 and ongoing
Financial contribution; Use of school transport
From Bristol Museums Development Trust
"Your support has helped our Education Programme to reach out to all schools in the City of Bristol and contribute to raising attainemnt levels in areas of social deprivaton ..."
"I would also like to thank you for the use of the Clifton High School minibus and driver ........."
Frequency and duration
The Education Programme is an on-going project but Clifton High School also sponsored The Pliosauraus exhibition and will sponsor the forthcoming Leonardo Da Vinci: A Life in Drawing exhibition.