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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...

    5 Ways Arts Awards Can Support Your School’s Performing Arts Department

    Let’s be honest, we are all too aware of the pressures facing schools when it comes to offering a broad and balanced arts curriculum. Recent changes, along with accountability measures and the English...

    Author: Annabel Thomas

    Date: 06 Nov 2017

    5 Fun Activities to Spark Creativity This Bonfire Night

    Autumn is a fantastic season for celebrations and festivities. We know that many primary schools will be linking the work they do in the classroom to events such as Harvest Festival, Diwali or Bonfire...

    Author: Annabel Thomas

    Date: 01 Nov 2017

    Three Spooktastic Ideas to Spark Your Love For The Arts This Halloween

    Halloween is coming! And even if you don’t get personally involved by popping on a witches’ hat to watch some horror films, it’s a great opportunity to engage young people in arts activity. To help pr...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 18 Oct 2017

    Access Fund: what’s in the form?

    The Access Fund opens next week! Ahead of that we’re going to give a bit of detail on what to expect from the key questions, and why they’re important to any funding application.

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 11 Sep 2017

    The Access Fund is opening soon

    On 18 September the Access Fund will be open for applications again. We wanted to preview this by sharing some of the great projects that benefitted from funding in recent rounds.

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 04 Sep 2017

    Reliving our digital webinar

    At the beginning of July our Digital Associate Julie Neville, with Fran Gkotsi and Dave Darch from A Little Learning, hosted an Arts Award webinar. The aim was to demonstrate how digital arts can be s...

    Author: Julie Neville

    Date: 31 Jul 2017

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