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    Arts Award and the Recovery Curriculum

    As we start to cautiously move out of lockdown, and increasing numbers of children return to school, thoughts are turning to what education may look like in September and beyond. It is clear that the ...

    Exploring Part D - Top Tips for Explore Advisers

    The Arts Award Blog is an opportunity for us to share things we think will be useful to advisers delivering any level of Arts Award. Sometimes we’ll narrow our focus down to one particular level, as w...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 17 Jan 2016

    Employability: What does Arts Award have to offer?

    Youth unemployment is an issue we should all be concerned about, and as people who work with young people on a regular or daily basis, it’s something many Arts Award advisers can’t ignore. Youth unemp...

    Author: Julie Neville

    Date: 05 Oct 2015

    The Arts Award Access Fund: Tips to make your application stand out

    If you’re an Arts Award adviser based in England who’s delivering the awards with young people for whom access and inclusion in the arts is an issue, you might like to consider applying for an Access ...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 28 Sep 2015

    Planning your Arts Award

    Now that a new school year has started, many advisers might be thinking about starting young people on their Arts Award journey.  And we’d like to help!  This week we’re going to offer some tips and r...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 07 Sep 2015

    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

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