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    Arts Award Blog

    Alan Lynch

    I was Sector Support Manager, Schools at Trinity College London. Before leaving I supported delivery of Trinity's qualifications, including Arts Award, across secondary schools and further education. If you have any questions about the blog or delivering Arts Award, you can call the helpdesk on 0207 820 6178 or email artsawardenquiries@trinitycollege.co.uk.

    Recent Posts by Alan Lynch

    Case study: Old Palace of John Whitgift School

    Old Palace of John Whitgift School is a nursery to sixth form girls independent school based in Croydon. They have so far supported the achievement of 18 Discover, 14 Explore, over 80 Bronze and 40 Si...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 05 Sep 2018

    Case Study: St Mary’s Primary School

    So far, 13 children at St Mary’s Primary School in Suffolk have achieved awards with a focus on visual art. The school plans to build on this success and use staff’s expertise in other art forms to ex...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 05 Sep 2018

    Case Study: Odd Arts

    Odd Arts deliver arts projects and work creatively with vulnerable and at risk groups. This includes working with young people in the criminal justice system to help reduce the risk of offending, impr...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 05 Sep 2018

    Case Study: Norfolk Library and Information Service

    The Norfolk & Norwich Millennium Library is the busiest public library in the country, and offers resources and facilities to support the learning and reading needs of people of all ages and abilities...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 05 Sep 2018

    Case Study: Noise Solution

    Noise Solution are a social enterprise based in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, who use music and technology to work with hard-to-reach and vulnerable young people who are disengaged from the mainstream. Th...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 05 Sep 2018

    Case Study: South Devon College

    Michael delivers Arts Award as part of the alternative provision at South Devon College. For this project, students came from two “non-mainstream” groups. The first group were young people who had bee...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 05 Sep 2018

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