Arts Award Blog

Celebrating the First World War special edition Arts Award

Since 2014 the First World War Centenary Partnership led by the Imperial War Museums has supported and promoted events across the world to mark 100 years since the First World War. With the centenary ...

Celebrating the First World War special edition Arts Award

Since 2014 the First World War Centenary Partnership led by the Imperial War Museums has supported and promoted events across the world to mark 100 years since the First World War. With the centenary ...

Author: Alan Lynch

Date: 21 May 2018

Arts Award Voice Hub to replace young people's booklets

‘Where’s the Silver Hub?’ has been a regular query since we launched Bronze and Gold Hubs on Arts Award Voice. Well, we are pleased to announce that Silver Hub is here! Completing our suite of free on...

Author: Diana Walton

Date: 17 May 2018

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

The importance of metacognition – Making a case for young people learning to learn

The Education Endowment Foundation, the UK’s What Works Centre for Educational Achievement, has recently published their guidance report on metacognition and self-regulated learning. The report stress...

Author: Annabel Thomas

Date: 08 May 2018