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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

    Discovering Windrush through the arts

    To celebrate Black History Month, our blog article this week features Isioma Ikediashi, Project Manager at African Community Centre, who tells us about their Bronze Arts Award project inspired by the ...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 01 Oct 2018

    Five creative responses to school trips

    Taking children to museums, galleries and heritage sites is a fantastic way to bring learning to life, and to broaden the horizons of children who may not otherwise get the chance to visit some of the...

    Author: Annabel Thomas

    Date: 03 Aug 2018

    Multiple partnership project enabling over 220 young people to achieve their Arts Award Discover

    Karen MacDougall from MacDougall Art tells us about the Hadrian’s Cavalry Project and how she managed and worked closely with a large group of partner organisations and schools to achieve 229 Discover...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 09 Jul 2018

    Case Study: Bursledon Brickworks

    Bursledon Brickworks is the only remaining stream driven brickworks in Britain, built in 1897. They are housed in the original factory building which still has the machinery and tools used in the Vict...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 21 Jan 2015

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