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    Introducing the Arts Award Annual Review 2018-19

    An annual review may not be your first choice when you want to relax with a cup of tea and a good read… but this one shares some great stories of young people creating art work and growing their lives...

    Introducing the Arts Award Annual Review 2018-19

    An annual review may not be your first choice when you want to relax with a cup of tea and a good read… but this one shares some great stories of young people creating art work and growing their lives...

    Author: Diana Walton

    Date: 09 Dec 2019

    Student teachers learn the value of arts in education

    We hear from Maria Vinney, Arts Award adviser and Senior Lecturer in Art and Design at the University of Winchester, about how Arts Award has been integral in enriching their teacher education offer a...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 02 Dec 2019

    Aspire with Nupur Arts

    This week we hear from Andreea Ghervan, Administrator at Nupur Arts, about how they have embedded Arts Award into their projects exploring South Asian Dance and have helped young people into careers i...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 25 Nov 2019

    Residential arts education centre has Arts Award at its heart

    Ingestre Hall in Staffordshire is the UK’s only dedicated residential arts education centre for children and young people. Felix Pepler, Head of Centre and Arts Award Adviser and Moderator, tells us a...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 18 Nov 2019

    What is arts education for? And what contribution can Arts Award make?

    This is the final blog in a series that has been written by Arts Award moderator and adviser Frances Howard, based on her doctoral research investigating the educational experiences of ‘dis-engaged’ y...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 11 Nov 2019

    City College Norwich re-engage learners with Bronze and Silver

    City College Norwich deliver Bronze and Silver Arts Award as a re-engagement programme for creative arts students who are in danger of becoming NEET. Advisers Becks Davenport-Randell and Natalie Stote...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 04 Nov 2019

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