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Take One

Historic collections and local schools supporting cross-curricular learning

Take One is a dynamic new cultural learning programme that enables museums and their local schools to work together to provide engaging learning experiences for pupils.

Take One develops the National Gallery’s Take One Picture model into an education programme for primary and secondary schools, using a single picture, object, document or site as a rich resource for cross-curricular learning.
Where possible students explore an object with local significance to increase their identity with, and understanding of, their local area.
Managed by the National Gallery, Take One demonstrates how effectively historic collections can be used to promote engagement and creativity.

How does Take One work?

The Jewish Museum is working in partnership with local schools to facilitate engaging cross-curricular learning experiences.
Each Take One project might involve one class, year group or the whole school. This might be a day of events, a week, a half term or a full term.
The Jewish Museum provides professional development for local teachers.
At the end of the project, pupils’ achievements are celebrated through an exhibition or event.
Throughout the process museum staff, teachers and pupils develop shared learning through collaborative working – which is at the heart of Take One

Look out for Take One training days for teachers at the Jewish Museum


To book your Take One workshop at the Jewish Museum
Please call or email our Learning Administrator

Direct - 020 7284 7383
Office - 020 7284 7384