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    A Typical Scottish Summer?

    The sun may have been a bit reluctant up in Scotland this summer, but that has not stopped some fabulous Arts Award centres from delivering great projects. With the Scottish schools returning for a ne...

    10 steps to a stress-free moderation

    It’s nearly the end of term, which means one thing in Arts Award world – it’s moderation time! We know lots of you have got moderations booked in over the next few weeks, so to make life a little easi...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 29 Jun 2015

    Spotlight on... The Roundhouse

    Our friends at the Roundhouse in Camden, London have just announced their programme of summer holiday activities for 11-25 year olds, and we wanted to highlight some of the work they do to support you...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 22 Jun 2015

    Childrens Art Week

    This week it’s Children’s Arts Week, where thousands of children, young people and their families will be getting involved in all kinds of visual arts activities. As our Arts Award Supporters are a go...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 15 Jun 2015

    Welcome to the Arts Award blog

    There have been rumblings at Arts Award HQ for a while now, but the wait is finally over... the Arts Award blog has landed! We’ll be using the blog to keep you updated about Arts Award resources, oppo...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 11 Jun 2015

    Case Study: Carre's Grammar School

    Carre’s Grammar School is a rural selective school in the small market town of Sleaford, in Lincolnshire. They deliver Arts Award at Bronze, Silver and Gold levels, and work closely with local primary...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 02 Jun 2015

    Case Study: Carlisle Youth Zone

    Carlisle Youth Zone delivered Silver Arts Award with Chris, a young blind musician. He had previously completed Bronze at another centre and was keen to move on to Silver. Chris has mild learning diff...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 13 May 2015

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