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Schools' Hub

Lesson resources

Lesson resources

We have a range of learning resources that can support your teaching either in the classroom or online.

Created by our tutors, TheGallery curators and subject experts, these resources are designed to help support your teaching and connect your students to the work and ideas of artists from different disciplines, as well as insights into creative career pathways.


Our free careers guidance tool is available to all schools and colleges to bring a new dimension to exploring creative pathways. Scroll through thousands of images, create a collection of images tailored to you and browse creative matches and generated study and career resources.

Teacher-led Resources

Our workshops are developed in partnership with TheGallery. TheGallery is one of our major resources for contemporary art and design and works closely with courses across the university on a variety of exhibitions, events and projects.

These resource packs have been designed to help you bring new concepts into your classroom and spark ideas for creative teaching.

Preview of a section of the Body Beautiful workshop resource

Body Beautiful exhibition workshop

Years 8-13 | Fashion and Textiles

Morag Myerscough exhibition workshop

Year 8-13 | Art and typography

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I Can't Draw

I Can’t Draw invites us to re-connect with our inbuilt ability to express ourselves and communicate through the making of marks

Can’t draw, but still got something to say?

I Can’t Draw is our exciting flagship project, working with schools across the country to support arts teaching and build an amazing body of student work that challenges traditional concepts of drawing and celebrates the diversity of students’ creative abilities.

There are two ways to get involved with I Can't Draw; you can download our teacher pack or book your students in for a workshop day on our campus.

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We know that inspiring your students, whatever their ambition, is at the heart of what we do in creative education.

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On-campus activities

We run a range of on-campus activities so that your students can experience life at an arts university first-hand.

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In-school activities

Our in-school activities have been designed to support your students in discovering more about Higher Education and creative pathways

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Helping your students apply

We appreciate that navigating the process of applying to university can be a daunting time for students – we're here to help.

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Widening access to AUB

Those with the potential to benefit from higher education, deserve the opportunity to do so. At AUB, we’re committed to making that happen.

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Global Schools

AUB offers workshops, talks and presentations to global schools. Get in touch with our team to find out more

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Dorset Boys' Impact Hub

The Dorset branch of Boys' Impact is the first in a series of regional networks with the aim of closing the gap in GCSE outcomes for boys.