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This programme provides an insight into how one school is making the most of the National Gallery's Take One Picture scheme for cross-curricular learning.
Each year London's National Gallery chooses a different picture from its collection which it believes schools can use as the focus of activities across a range of subject areas beyond just art, such as history, geography, literacy or music. Flore Primary School in Northamptonshire has participated in the scheme for the last three years and has even had its own work displayed at the gallery.
We follow the CPD training day at the National Gallery and how Flore is using the painting Two Boys and a Girl Making Music, painted in 1629 by Dutch artist Jan Molenaer, to inspire its teachers and pupils.
Part of the series: Using Galleries