The British Ceramics Biennial’s Education Programme uses big ideas and innovation to develop engaging, hands-on activity. We strive to create enthusiasm for clay at all stages of learning: EYFS, Primary, and Secondary.
We use a cross-curricular approach to clay in and out of the classroom. Pride, creativity, self and place are themes that run throughout our programmes. Every project holds a connection to heritage including the diversity and regeneration of the city.
We work with partners across education, industry, and cultural sectors. Together, we believe every child in Stoke-on-Trent should have the opportunity to get clay under their fingernails and experience the material that built their city.
Our education programme is generously supported by Potclays Ltd, a leading award-winning provider of ceramic supplies.
Projects > Education
Clay Museum is a two-year programme funded by Arts Council England. It is a collaboration between The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery and the…Education Read more
Foundations is an ambitious project. It aims to make a difference in Stoke-on-Trent as children build essential skills, have fun, improve their health outcomes,…Education Read more
The Generation project seeks to answer the questions; What does the ceramics heritage of Stoke-on-Trent mean to young people in the city? What parts…Education Read more