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Recent Posts by Guest Writer

Cornwall Museums are Golden

We continue to explore Pathways into the Arts this month with Chloe Hughes, Engagement Lead at Cornwall Museums Partnership. Chloe shines a light on the great work conducted her organisation, particul...

Author: Guest Writer

Date: 14 May 2018

Lancaster Brownies take on Arts Award and discover some hidden talents

This month we’re looking at pathways into the arts, including insights from different organisations and how their work leads young people to discover themselves as artists, or even prepares them for a...

Author: Guest Writer

Date: 09 May 2018

NCS & Arts Award – Exploring our partnership with The Challenge

We’ve featured NCS and social action on the blog before and we’re revisiting it again with this guest post. In this post Amy Lewis from The Challenge highlights the ways in which the NCS crosses over ...

Author: Guest Writer

Date: 02 May 2018

Discover singing with Arts Award and Friday Afternoons

On the blog this week, Snape Maltings tell us about their ‘Friday Afternoons’ project and a new guidance resource they’ve created for advisers to use in their settings for delivering Arts Award Discov...

Author: Guest Writer

Date: 01 May 2018

Shakespeare, puppets and flexibility: supporting flexible evidence gathering to achieve an Arts Award

When we last heard from Rebecca Lonergan and Abbey Catholic Primary School, they were planning their Arts Award delivery for the year, making use of after school clubs and Shakespeare Schools Festival...

Author: Guest Writer

Date: 19 Apr 2018