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    Raising awareness of mental health through Gold Arts Award

    We hear from adviser and freelance Arts and Music Educator, Kathrina Perry, about a successful Gold Arts Award project that focused on raising awareness of mental health through poetry.

    Cross-curricular learning: making the most of heritage trips

    Here at Arts Award we believe that the arts, culture and creativity can be incorporated into almost any area of learning and development for children and young people. Over the past 12 years or so we ...

    Author: Annabel Thomas

    Date: 03 Jan 2019

    Creative Faculty Mission – Everyone’s an artist!

    As winner of Creative School of the Year at the TES Awards and an Artsmark Platinum school, Formby High School have have a strong record embedding the arts into their work. Victoria Harrocks discusses...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 24 Sep 2018

    Case Study: Aberdeen City Music School

    Aberdeen City Music School is a specialist music school. Students across secondary year groups can audition for a place, and many are also involved with organisations such as the National Youth Orches...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 05 Sep 2018

    Case Study: Parkwood Hall Cooperative Academy

    Parkwood Hall Cooperative Academy is a special needs school for students with moderate to severe learning difficulties, many of them on the autistic spectrum. The school offers students opportunities ...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 05 Sep 2018

    Case Study: Chingford Foundation School

    Chingford Foundation School is a large co-educational comprehensive school and sixth form in East London. They have been offering Arts Award in a range of art forms, including performing and visual ar...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 05 Sep 2018

    Case Study: Woodlands Community College

    Woodlands Community College is a comprehensive community school for 11-16 year olds in Southampton, with 560 students.

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 05 Sep 2018

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