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M+ School Programmes

We are looking forward to welcoming your students to M+.

Our Programmes

Students of all ages can get to know M+ through a range of thematic and interactive tours of our collections. Get creative in our artist and maker-led studio programmes or dive into the world of cinema. Our programmes are led by museum educators and will introduce students to the world of visual culture. Museum tours are free of charge.

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A group of students tours an exhibition. © M+, Hong Kong

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Kindergarten School Programmes

Our Kindergarten Programmes provide young students with playful in-gallery learning experiences that use guiding questions, interactive activities, observation tools, and tactile materials to explore the M+ Collections.

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Primary School Programmes

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. Students will be able to understand the relationship between art and design, museum objects, society, and everyday life by exploring the M+ Collections.

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Secondary School Programmes

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.

M+ Teachers Roundtable

The M+ Teacher Roundtable is formed by teachers from local and international schools in Hong Kong. By sharing first-hand experience and professional knowledge, members of the Roundtable help us reflect on the intersections between museums and schools, as well as provide professional input on museum programmes that cater to the needs of teachers and students. We would like to express our deepest gratitude for their support and contribution.

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