Introducing the Arts Award Trinity Champion Centres 2022-2023

Introducing the Arts Award Trinity Champion Centres 2022-2023

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BY: Amy Lee
24 May 2022

We’re delighted to announce our Trinity Champion Centres for 2022-2023! This year there are 63 in total for Arts Award, from a range of sectors including: arts and culture, youth and community, formal education and performing arts academies. In this blog we discuss what a Champion Centre is, how we collaborate, and introduce all our new centres!

What are Trinity Champion Centres?

Trinity Champion Centres inspire existing and potential centres by sharing their practice and advocating for Arts Award in their communities and more widely. In return, we celebrate achievements, profile their success and promote their work as part of our support offer to advisers and centres.

Champion Centres are recognised by Trinity for their successful delivery of our Awards. Ways in which this success could be demonstrated include: unique delivery, successful moderations, positively impacting learners, or innovation in the arts. Centres are given opportunities to showcase their creative offer throughout the year – for instance in blogs, webinars, and marketing campaigns.

Some recent examples include blog posts with Brave Bold Drama and Prime Theatre.

How do centres apply?

We open applications annually around February/March to become a Trinity Champion Centre. If you are interested in applying for 2023/2024 or have any questions, please contact

Centres for 2022-2023

Without further ado, here are the Arts Award Trinity Champion Centres for this year:

  1. St. Bede's Catholic Middle School
  2. Rubicon Dance
  3. St Bede's and St Joseph's Catholic College
  4. Lifeworks College
  5. Glyndebourne
  6. Odd Arts
  7. Westley Middle School
  8. Peterhouse School
  9. Castaway Music Theatre
  10. Art4Space
  11. Dyslexia Scotland
  12. In Focus Education & Development CiC
  13. Woodcroft Primary School
  14. Manor Green College, Crawley
  15. Formby High School
  16. Moving Together
  17. Greenbank High School
  18. Three Rivers Federation
  19. The King's School, Worcester
  20. The Minack Theatre
  21. Brave Bold Drama
  22. University of Edinburgh Museums
  23. Higher Rhythm
  24. University for the Creative Arts
  25. The Historic Dockyard Chatham
  26. Woodbrook Vale School
  27. Prime Theatre
  28. Music Partnership North – Northumberland
  29. York Theatre Royal
  30. Girlguiding North West England
  31. Sir John Thursby Community College
  32. Sawston Village College
  33. University of Cambridge Museums
  34. Northern Ballet
  35. Laing Art Gallery
  36. Heads Together Productions
  37. Inscape House School
  38. Duchess's Community High School
  39. Malvern St James Girls' School
  40. Knowle West Media Centre
  41. Jackdaws Music Education Trust
  42. Art Classes Group
  43. Shepwell School
  44. BALTIC (Centre for Contemporary Art)
  45. Alhambra Theatre
  46. Storyhouse
  47. Sherwood Young Artists
  48. Peshkar
  49. Dance United Yorkshire
  50. Albatross Arts CIC
  51. Helix Arts
  52. Mortal Fools
  53. Withington Girls' School
  54. Queensbury School
  55. UCAN Productions
  56. Sandringham School
  57. 20Twenty Productions
  58. Hall Cliffe School
  59. Doorstep Arts
  60. balletLORENT
  61. Arts into Crafts
  62. Head4Arts
  63. Riviera Education Trust

We’re looking forward to working with all these centres over the next year and profiling their achievements!

For more information on Champion Centres, check out this link

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