The Teacher Resource Pack has been written and produced by award-winning education consultants Newbery & England as part of the British Council Creative Education programme, in association with the Prudential Eye Programme.

The pack is aimed at Key Stage 3 (11-14 years) and Key Stage 4 (14-16 years). It aims to encourage students to explore selected artworks in the British Council Collection. The practical activities are designed to develop skills such as visual literacy and critical analysis using the work of great British contemporary artists as a trigger.

The Activities, supported by notes for teachers, are suggestions for ways in which students might respond to the artwork featured in the pack. Case Study Sheets underpin all Activities and are designed to promote language skills and critical analysis.

The pack includes photography by Fay Godwin, paintings by Morag Keil and Peter Doig, sculpture by Tony Cragg and David Shrigley

Resources are available for free download here:

About the Creative Education Programme

The Prudential Eye Programme, curated by Parallel Contemporary Art in collaboration with Saatchi Gallery, offers a global platform for contemporary Asian artists through exhibitions and books. The British Council’s Creative Education programme uses the UK’s extensive experience to leave a long-term legacy through tailored sessions for students and teachers. Using selected, age-appropriate works from the Prudential Eye exhibitions and British Council Collection, the programme promotes creativity through the collaboration of art and English.For more information about the Programme and additional free Resources developed by the British Council: