Schools, Colleges & Universities

Saatchi Gallery invites schools, colleges and universities to visit our exhibitions and take part in our online and in-gallery Learning programme. For each major exhibition we produce online resources and digital engagement to assist your visit and provide information on the exhibition, artists, and artworks. We also provide in-gallery tours and workshops (subject to availability), and the opportunity to exhibit your artwork in our onsite and online Learning Gallery.

In gallery tours and workshops are available for London Grads Now 21. Opening on 4th Nov to 16 Jan 2022.
Self-guided tours only are available on request. Please email to discuss your group requirements.


Saatchi Learning is proud to collaborate with Access Art to help schools explore contemporary sculpture.

Using selected artwork from the London Grads 21 exhibition, Saatchi Learning and Access Art have created a series of resources for use with children aged 6 to 16 to explore how we might look at, make, and reflect upon sculpture.

Use the link below to access resources to use in the classroom, gallery or community setting. Start with Step 1: Talking about Sculpture, then choose from one of our three projects, and finally end by reflecting upon what you have made.

Please do share images of your artwork on social media using #AccessArtwithSaatchiLearning

To book a visit or workshop please download a group booking form and email it to the Learning team.

For other enquiries please email the Learning team or call on +44 (0)20 7811 3087.


Cedar Lewisohn: The Thousand Year Kingdom Activity Trail
Come and explore Cedar Lewisohn’s new exhibition 'The Thousand Year Kingdom' featuring an amazing series of large-scale woodblock prints. Opens 29 Oct, free access.
Download or collect a copy of our new Activity Trail, which takes you on a journey around his artworks and explore the many themes and symbols he uses in his work.
London Grads Now 21 Activity Trail
Come and explore our new London Grads Now 21 exhibition, showcasing over 200 artworks by young artists graduating from 7 London Universities.
Opens Nov 4 2021 – Jan 16 2022, free access for school group bookings.
Download or collect a copy of the Activity Trail for ages 7+ and explore the exciting artworks and themes in the exhibition.


Art Club
Organize an Art Club for your school, held at the Saatchi Gallery at regular times throughout term time. Participating students will gain the chance to become familiar with current exhibitions at the Gallery and engage in fun creative workshops. The gallery learning team will lead the workshops and provide materials. To organize an art club for your school contact the Learning team.
Start Programme
A secondary schools programme which runs over the academic year with a visit to the Gallery each term. Exploring the exhibitions on offer and partaking in gallery activities and creative workshops, working towards an end of year exhibition. If you would you like to register your interest in the programme or to find out more, please get in touch with the Learning team.


Saatchi Learning Gallery
Located on the top floor of the Saatchi Gallery, we are proud to exhibit education and community groups' artworks to the public. If your group would like to get involved in the learning programme and exhibit their artwork please get in touch.
View our Learning Gallery
Online Learning Gallery
Newly launched online Learning Gallery to exhibit artwork created by education and community groups' in response to the Gallery’s exhibitions.

Our Saatchi Learning Instagram Gallery exhibit artworks created by education and community groups' in response to the Gallery’s exhibitions.

If you would like your work showcased on our Saatchi Learning Instagram account – please contact our Learning Team
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Open Monday – Sunday, 10AM-6PM. Last entry 5.30PM.

Extended Hours: 3 December until 9PM

Please note Saatchi Gallery's upcoming closures:

  • 25 - 26 December inclusive: Gallery Closed
  • 24 December: Closes at 5pm

Useful links: FAQs & Covid-19 guidance