Q: What is this?
A: A resourse to help schools to engage with the famous De La Warr Pavilion.
Q: Who is this resource for?
A: Teachers (KS1 – KS3)
Youth group leaders
Others working with children and young people
Q: How do I use it?
Each page in the Ideas Index introduces a different concept or approach – see which ones interest you.
Read the case studies to see how this idea has been put into practice.
Think about your own context – how could this idea be a stimulus for you and your group and enhance what you're planning?
You won't find a set of fixed lesson plans or lists of subject links. The Ideas Index can be applied across the curriculum and we believe you're best placed to decide what would work for you.
Look at the Practicalities pages for information and advice on how to take things forward.
If you’re not familiar with the Pavilion have a look at the History section and find out more.
Q: What have people said so far?
A: See the quotes below from past visits,
“Any project needs a starting point as inspiration. The De La Warr Pavilion provided a starting point which the children could relate to and be excited by.”
Yr 2 teacher
“The project was naturally cross-curricular, incorporating speaking and listening, working together, writing, art and number.”
Yr 1 teacher
“I wanted (the children) to have an amazing, unforgettable experience which would be good for their self esteem.”
Yr 5 teacher