What's On: Schools and Teachers
Welcome to the Royal Albert Hall's programme for schools and teachers.
The Royal Albert Hall organise special education tours, matinee performances and other events and projects aimed specifically at primary and secondary schools. The Hall's innovative and changing programme of concerts and performance means there is always something new and exciting to experience during the school year.
Our events and projects can be very popular therefore it is recommended that you book early to avoid disappointment.
Key Stage 2:
The Victorian Experience
Join us for one of our education tours for a unique interactive session, offering an exciting way of exploring History and Geography.
Events Management Workshop
Tuesday 27 January 2015
Year 10 & 11 students will take part in hands-on activities to learn about non-performance careers in the Arts Industry.
Discover Music & Science
Key Stage 3, Spring 2015
This interactive workshop uses science and music links to the Key Stage 3 Science National Curriculum.
Discover Music & Maths
Key Stage 2, Spring 2015
This practical workshop will investigate how fractions, probability and graphs can be used to create music.
Classical Spectacular Schools' Matinee
Friday 20 March 2015
A special schools' matinee performance of Raymond Gubbay's dazzling classical music celebration, featuring lights, lasers and cannons!
Tri-Borough Music Hub
The Royal Albert Hall is a strategic partner in a Music Hub and is responsible for the strategic planning of music education in 150 schools in its local boroughs of Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea and Hammersmith & Fulham.