The Schools Members' Group is run by and for teachers of art, architecture and design history in schools and further education colleges in the UK. We exchange ideas through an email group, produce resources for teachers and organise annual conferences for teachers and students at Tate Britain. The group liaises with universities and with the QCA and examination boards over developments in the A level. We are currently working on a project to facilitate the introduction of History of Art in state schools.
The Schools Members' Group meets once a term at the Institute of Education, London, all are welcome! Please contact the office at email@example.com if you'd like to be more involved. These online pages are aimed at making it easier for teachers to participate in group activities and to communicate with each other and share information and resources. We look forward to hearing from you.
Schools Group News
The 2012 Ways of Seeing Event will take place at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Saturday 1st December 2012. Click here for full details
The AAH would like to bring to your attention the Portraits GCE AS Level Art History Resource (Information and Activities for Secondary Teachers of Art History) assembled by the National Portrait Gallery. The resource document is available for download at: the National Portrait Gallery website (PDF)
Much of it will also be relevant as groundwork for AS syllabus Year 13. The resource has been test run by A Level Art History students been approved by the School's Group of the Association of Art Historians.
- Ways of Seeing 2011 Programme
- Ways of Seeing 2010, Tate Britain. Programme
- Ways of Seeing 2009 Tate Britain, London 'Gender, Nationality and Ethnicity' programme.
- Schools 'Ways of Seeing' Conference 2008 Information & Programme
Schools Group Announcements
- Link to QCA Subject Criteria for History of Art
- Link to AQA History of Art Specification
- Link to CCEA History of Art Specification
Schools Group Teaching Resources
Bristol, Cambridge, Courtauld Institute of Art, Edinburgh, Leeds, Manchester,
St Andrews, SOAS, Sussex, UCL, UEA, Warwick
Tate, National Gallery, Musee d'Orsay, British Museum, Royal Academy of Arts, V&A Museum, Hayward Gallery, Rodin Museum, Louvre, Getty Museum, MOMA
Parthenon, Westminster Abbey, Gothic Arch Glossary, Vasari: Lives of the Artists, Victorian Web, First Impressionsist Exhibition, Time Out, Brian Sewell Reviews, Film, London Art News, Art Review Magazine, Art Monthly, Frieze
For your information, the AAH Initiatives Fund provides financial support for projects and events that promote and develop art history education. Click on the links to download a copy of the AAH Initiatives Fund Guidelines and AAH Initatives Fund Application Form.
To find out more about the Schools group contact the Chair at
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be added to the AAH Schools Group database and e-circulation list.