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Secondary School Programmes

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Type: School Programme
Language: Multiple
Audience: Students
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Ongoing

Secondary School Programmes

Bookings for school visits are now available in phases. All programmes are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.


Phase 1 bookings are closed. Phase 2 bookings is now available until 16 Dec 2022 at 16:00. Teachers can submit their requests through our online application system for visits between 1 February 2023 to 28 April 2023.  Booking results of Phase 2 will be announced via email on 10 January 2023.

Click here for key dates and upcoming phases.

Our Secondary School Programmes introduce students to visual culture and the M+ Collections through conversations, activities, and active engagement. Using a learner-centred approach that prioritises critical thinking, self-reflection, and the development of visual literacy, the programmes are designed in response to local school curriculums and fall within the scope of Life-wide Learning. They help students develop creativity and nurture cultural awareness.

Through our programmes, students will:

  • Gain knowledge about visual culture
  • Express feelings and ideas in visual language or visual forms
  • Learn to be open-minded and respectful towards different viewpoints

We are grateful for the support of The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Hong Kong, which makes it possible for our Secondary School Programmes to be free for all Hong Kong secondary schools.

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 for school groups to explore the galleries after the groups attend an introductory briefing on the M+ Collections led by an M+ Educator.

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 1:25 ratio of teachers and parents to students.

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.

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

Thematic Tours and Related Workshops

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