School visits to Tate

Information on how to plan and book a school visit to Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Tate Liverpool or Tate St Ives

Donate to the learning programme

Every year we help millions of people explore, discover and learn about art in a way that suits them. You can help make art a part of more people’s lives by donating to Tate Fund

Online resources

Use online teaching and learning resources for all age groups

Adult learners

Tate’s adult learning programme includes courses, lectures and workshops

Courses and workshops Joseph Mallord William Turner, 'Venice: Looking across the Lagoon at Sunset' 1840 Online courses

Finesse your own artistic techniques with our two online courses: Artists’ Techniques and Methods, and Introduction to Drawing Techniques

Glossary Fernand Léger, 'ABC' 1927 Glossary of art terms

Tate’s online glossary is designed to explain and illuminate some of the art terminology you will find on our website, from abject art to zero

Explore Tate as a family

Free weekly drop-in events, family festivals and activities for children and families at all Tate galleries

Tate Collectives

Tate Collectives is a place for young creatives to discover, share and discuss art

Teachers' programmes at Tate

Take a professional training course, or come to a teachers-only preview of one of our exhibitions

Tate Kids

The world’s best online art destination for 5-12s! Games, films, upload art, make new masterpieces

Learning with Tate

See what makes learning at Tate a unique experience in this short film with Anna Cutler, Director of Learning

BP Art Exchange

A new learning collaborative project which connects schools, galleries, artists and cultural institutions worldwide through an exciting social platform and an offline programme