Learning Tools

Welcome to our resources page. Here we have learning packs for teachers and parents. You can watch video workshops or download worksheets. The activities are designed for children at primary school age. They are all connected with our creative projects, and use art to link across history and science.  Please see the descriptions below.

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Ancient Inventions

We are creating some fun activities for families to do at home. Our latest project is all about Ancient Inventions, and you can find out more and watch the videos by clicking on the button above.

Creative Adventures in the Woods with Emerald Ant

Click above for 10 exciting art activities you can do in the woods with friends or family. A pack of 10 downloadable step by step worksheets with images. These activities have been used successfully in Emerald Ant’s Bluebell Project. Suitable for all ages. By artist Sarah Butterworth.

Digging and Discovery

Below is our pack for teaching geology and Victorian history. Click on the banner below to go to 22 fun worksheets on earth science, the history of fossil discoveries, and related art and English activities. All of them are visual, creative activities.

Inside Out Somerset

Inside Out uses art for good mental health in schools. With our partner Fuse Performance, we have delivered the programme in 8 schools in Somerset in 2021-2022. We have run 5 weekly sessions with groups of 10 children. The programme was supported by Somerset County Council Public Health Department.

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Story for Anger Management (Handbook, Section 5 Activity 2)

Lawrence of Arabia and Dorset Project

Click above for a useful 22-page school pack for groups wishing to creatively explore T E Lawrence and World War I. Activities can be done in groups and introspectively. Created by Caroline Barnes, Sarah Butterworth and Delphine Jones, copies of this pack have been distributed to 50 schools in Dorset, and are also available to use free of charge at Lawrence’s cottage, Clouds Hill, in Dorset.

North Hill Tank Training Ground and Radar Station Project, Minehead, Spring 2015

 pack of creative activities for Somerset schools and families wishing to explore a World War II Tank training ground and radar station outside Minehead. Commissioned in 2015 by Exmoor National Parks and created by Caroline Barnes, Sarah Butterworth and Delphine Jones. Special thanks to David Miller and Gareth Davies for their tank expertise.

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