The Art House Schools program offers a premium theatre experience for both Primary and Secondary students.
With school group discounts available on most performances, we aim to give local students a positive and engaging learning experience, catering for first time theatre-goers, as well as vocational students looking to extend their training.
Expand your students’ experience with Q & A’s and workshops with performers or production companies or book in a behind the scenes tour of The Art House. We will provide curriculum links and educational materials for the classroom where possible.
What’s on for Schools – email our education coordinator, Emma at email@example.com who will be happy to discuss what’s coming up at The Art House. We can also add your school our email mailing list so you can find out what’s coming up first. We love hearing from local teachers so don’t hesitate to get in touch!
Workshops – The Art House works closely with touring theatre, dance or music companies to provide further ways to learn and engage with their content. If you are interested in workshops or other opportunities please let us know.
Excursion Information for Teachers – Information on transport (buses and bus parking, public transport), where to eat lunch, toilets, school bags, access requirements and other information is available here
Risk Assessment – To help plan your visit to us, find The Art House Risk Assessment document here.
Work Experience or Work Placement - A limited number of work experience places will be offered in the future. If your school is offering VET in Entertainment or you are interested in work experience please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Professional Development and Workshops for Teachers - We can offer professional development opportunities and workshops for teachers. Please contact our Education Coordinator, Emma on email@example.com for more information.
Children's University -We're proud to say we're now an accredited Children's University Australasia learning destination. Kids can earn a stamp on their passport by coming in to see a show, taking part in a workshop, enjoying a backstage tour or visiting one of our art exhibitions.