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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...

    Reading a book? To get your Arts Award? Go on then...

    The shortlist for the Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Children’s Book Awards were announced last week! This year we are thrilled to be working closely with CILIP and the Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Childr...

    Author: Annabel Thomas

    Date: 21 Mar 2017

    Arts Award opportunities for young people offered through new digital resource, MoovBank from BalletBoyz

    This week on the blog we have a guest post from Arts Award Supporter BalletBoyz – the internationally acclaimed dance company of stage, TV and pioneers of innovative dance education projects. BalletBo...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 20 Feb 2017

    Five steps to moderation

    You’ve just left Arts Award adviser training full of ideas for starting your Arts Award delivery back at your centre. You’re thinking about how Arts Award fits into your setting as well as trying to n...

    Author: Annabel Thomas

    Date: 13 Feb 2017

    Explore - new ways to moderate

    We’re delighted to now be offering advisers working with groups of young people at Explore level the opportunity to meet with an Arts Award moderator at a standard moderation.

    Author: Katherine Stapley-Smith

    Date: 30 Jan 2017

    How To… : Explore in a week

    The summer holidays are upon us and arts organisations, summer schools and community groups across the country and providing creative opportunities for young people to get stuck into. In this blog pos...

    Author: Annabel Thomas

    Date: 15 Aug 2016

    Appy Days – Four apps for Arts Award

    Apps are a great way of bringing the arts to young people in a way that’s accessible, immersive and – even better – free! They offer experiences which might otherwise be out of reach, letting curious ...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 11 Jul 2016

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