Participating Houses

Belmont Hall, Cheshire, has looked at developing web-based interactive materials for a secondary school Citizenship activity
Breamore House, Hampshire, created a handling collection for primary schoolchildren
Broughton Castle, Oxforshire, have explored through INSET training and CPD for local teachers, how an historic houses can be applied across the National Curriculum
Chiddingstone in Kent has developed education policies - the keystone for any learning programme
Dorney Court, Berkshire, has developed interactive public workshops with primary schoolchildren, teachers, artists and musicians
Englefield Estate, Berkshire, has developed an approach to work experience placements with leisure and tourism students
Holker Hall, Cumbria, has developed an education and activity centre
Levens Hall , Cumbria, has devised activities and publications for families
Leighton Hall, Lancashire, has developed printed materials to support its "countryside classroom"
Mirehouse, Cumbria has explored with university students how an historic houses can meet the needs of a higher education college
Stansted Park, Hampshire, has worked with volunteers to explore live interpretation