Caroline is an experienced lecturer in museums, galleries and heritage sites. She teaches and lectures to audiences of all ages, specialises in engaging primary school children with collections and training Initial Teacher Education students in ways to use collections to inspire creativity across the curriculum.
Below are a few examples:
- Different Ways to Take One Picture: Seurat’s Bathers, National Gallery, 2014
- The Writing on the Wall: Secrets and Surprises behind Rembrandt’s painting, JW3, 2014
- Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan, The National Gallery, 2012
- Titian’s Allegory of Prudence, Talk and Draw, The National Gallery, 2012
- National Portrait Gallery (2006-2008)
- The Institute of Education: Visiting lecturer for Secondary PGCE, Art and Design and MA, Museums and Galleries in Education (2008-2012)
Caroline creates family workshops and leads family talks at the National Gallery and other galleries
Caroline is a trained primary school teacher. She regularly teaches primary and secondary school pupils at the National Gallery where she is also a regular contributor on teachers’ CPD days.
Previously, Caroline was a Holocaust Educator at the Imperial War Museum
Caroline devised and delivered the learning programme for the National Gallery’s schools and communities touring exhibition programme, Madonna of the Pinks.
Mentor: Initial Teacher Education Programme
Caroline specialised as a mentor, engaging QTS teachers, ITE students and museum educators in engaging with museum collections. She led training sessions at The National Gallery and many regional museums.
- The National Gallery’s and Regional Partners’ Cultural Placement Scheme: An educational resource for student teachers