Schools and teachers

Students looking at collection material in the Reading Room
Schools and teachersFor all age groups to support the teaching of subjects across the curriculum

The British Architectural Library’s collections of over four million artefacts provide a fantastic and rare resource to use with all age groups to support the teaching of subjects across the curriculum.

As part of the V&A + RIBA Architecture Partnership the Library offers programmes for primary and secondary schools including guided and self-led visits, online resources, resource boxes and an online careers hub. For bookings or to discuss your visit, please contact us.

Visits
Students making models, Education Room, RIBA

Bring your class to visit the collections and RIBA

Resources
Education Curator and students looking at collection material in the Education Room, RIBA

A host of resources at your fingertips

Young people and careers
Students making models, Education Room, RIBA

Young people investigating architecture

Past projects

Bridge Academy students on a fieldtrip to the Mapledene Estate

Read about some of the Library’s past projects

RIBA blogs

RIBA Blogs homepage

Read about some of the latest activities from the RIBA and its collections

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