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    Why we believe arts enrichment activities are important

    It’s no secret that we want to support schools to offer the arts as part of their core curriculum as much as possible. However, we also appreciate that in the current education climate this isn’t alwa...

    Introducing the all new Trinity Champion Centre programme

    Our Arts Award Good Practice Centre programme has been successfully highlighting the work of Arts Award centres for seven years. Now, based on feedback from our previous Good Practice Centres, we’re e...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 25 Mar 2019

    Providing creative opportunities with Gold

    The latest statistics on the number of teenagers pursuing an Arts based education have raised concerns about potential knock-on effects this might have on the creative industries. This is not a new co...

    Author: Catherine Sercombe

    Date: 28 Aug 2018

    Mischief Makers, Summer Reading Challenge 2018 and Discover Arts Award

    We’re happy to be working with The Reading Agency again this year on the Mischief Makers, Summer Reading Challenge 2018. This will be the sixth year we have worked together to support children who wan...

    Author: Layne Harrod

    Date: 08 Aug 2018

    The importance of Arts Award Supporters

    Arts Award Supporter is a free scheme for arts organisations to reach young people, teachers and Arts Award advisers. Arts Award Associate Jen Farrant explains why this matters and how the scheme work...

    Author: Jen Farrant

    Date: 06 Aug 2018

    Celebrating the Shakespeare Challenge special edition Arts Award

    Trinity College London and the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) have been working in partnership on a special edition known as Shakespeare Challenge. This has seen nearly 2,500 Arts Award special editi...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 28 Jun 2018

    Access Fund Spring 2018 roundup

    The latest round of Access Fund closed before Easter, and we saw examples of some terrific projects supporting young people who face barriers to access & inclusion. Huge congratulations to those centr...

    Author: Alan Lynch

    Date: 18 Jun 2018

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