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View of primary school children in a gallery. Holding hands, they form a circle around an artwork, which consists of an enclosed structure resting on a platform. The enclosed structure is clad with pink tiles and features a door with a grille gate on the side facing the viewer. A lifebuoy and an air-conditioning condenser are on the side facing the viewer's right. The platform is constructed of wooden planks with tyres tied to the sides. The Hong Kong flag with a stylised flower of five white petals against red is raised above the structure.

Primary School Programmes

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Type: School Programme
Language: Multiple
Audience: Students
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Ongoing
View of primary school children in a gallery. Holding hands, they form a circle around an artwork, which consists of an enclosed structure resting on a platform. The enclosed structure is clad with pink tiles and features a door with a grille gate on the side facing the viewer. A lifebuoy and an air-conditioning condenser are on the side facing the viewer's right. The platform is constructed of wooden planks with tyres tied to the sides. The Hong Kong flag with a stylised flower of five white petals against red is raised above the structure.

Primary School Programmes

In view of the Arrangement of Special Vacation in the 2021/22 school year, M+ School Programme will be available till 12 August 2022(Friday). Other than in-person visit, M+ is also offering an online programme for primary school students. Please click here for more details.

Please note that a new vaccine pass arrangement in accordance with government requirements applies to West Kowloon Cultural District venues starting from 24 February 2022. Except for exempted persons, all visitors entering M+ are required to wear masks at all times, use the ‘LeaveHomeSafe’ mobile application to scan the venue QR code, and comply with the ‘Vaccine Pass’ arrangements as well as other requirements under Cap.599F. For further details, please see the press release from the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority and M+’s FAQ page.

Our Primary School Programmes provide students with diverse Life-wide Learning experiences, enabling them to develop their own abilities to respond to art, design, and culture through creative pedagogies. Our thematic tours and related workshops transform M+ into an interactive platform for educators and students to explore and experiment with the creative processes of various disciplines. Students will be able to understand the relationship between art and design, museum objects, society, and everyday life by exploring the M+ Collections.

Our programmes emphasise cross-curricular approaches in response to school subjects such as Visual Arts and General Studies. This experiential learning outside a conventional classroom setting aims to arouse students’ interests in constructing knowledge through hands-on and minds-on activities.

Through our programmes, students will:

  • Deepen relationships with their surroundings and formulate perspectives on discussing, interpreting, and making contemporary artworks and design objects
  • Understand how artists and makers turn creative ideas into reality and how they contribute to society
  • Experience object-based learning and develop creative thinking and communication skills to articulate their thoughts about what they can imagine and see
  • See art and design as a medium to build self-esteem and empathy towards others

Request a school visit now.

Special Arrangement under the Prevention and Control of Disease Regulation

If activities must be conducted in smaller groups following the Prevention and Control of Disease Regulation (Prohibition on Group Gathering Cap. 599G), thematic tours will be available in a self-guided format. M+ will provide learning toolkits and activity worksheets for school groups to explore the galleries after the groups attend an introductory briefing on the M+ Collections led by an M+ Educator.

Under this special arrangement, M+ can arrange an onsite briefing session and location scouting for teachers according to their needs. Teachers can familiarise themselves with the museum environment and facilities. We will also provide a content overview of activities in order to prepare for the students' arrival to the museum. In addition, please plan to have additional teachers and parents to accompany students during their visits to ensure their safety and a smooth running of self-guided activities. We recommend a 1:7 ratio of teachers and parents to students.

For any enquires, please contact us at  [email protected].

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