Arts Award Blog

Shakespeare, puppets and flexibility: supporting flexible evidence gathering to achieve an Arts Award

When we last heard from Rebecca Lonergan and Abbey Catholic Primary School, they were planning their Arts Award delivery for the year, making use of after school clubs and Shakespeare Schools Festival...

Fighting the good fight: Stage Combat for Young Performers

As an Arts Award Supporter, Squire Stage Combat have been involved in delivery through workshops offering young people the opportunity to participate in an often overlooked art form. Mark Ruddick, the...

Author: Guest Writer

Date: 06 Apr 2018

STEAM powered creativity

The concept of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) is something we’ve discussed previously, especially when it comes to the idea of incorporating the Arts to create a STEAM education focus....

Author: Alan Lynch

Date: 16 Jan 2018

Why creativity counts when picking a primary school

  It is that time of year when parents up and down the country are deciding which schools to apply to for their four and five year olds. With the deadline of 15 January fast approaching, Trinity’s Art...

Author: Annabel Thomas

Date: 08 Jan 2018

YOUR CREATIVE GUIDE TO DELIVERING AN ARTS AWARD THIS FESTIVE SEASON

The days are getting shorter, the weather is turning colder, and as we hope desperately for snow on the big day, it’s a great opportunity for classrooms up and down the country to be getting stuck in ...

Author: Annabel Thomas

Date: 13 Dec 2017

Museum practice and Arts Award

 Museums offer fantastic opportunities for visitors to experience and take part in unique activities. In this week’s blog, Arts Award Museums & Heritage Associate Caroline Bray examines some of the ac...

Author: Caroline Bray

Date: 16 Nov 2017