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    What is arts education for? And what contribution can Arts Award make?

    This is the final blog in a series that has been written by Arts Award moderator and adviser Frances Howard, based on her doctoral research investigating the educational experiences of ‘dis-engaged’ y...

    What is arts education for? And what contribution can Arts Award make?

    This is the final blog in a series that has been written by Arts Award moderator and adviser Frances Howard, based on her doctoral research investigating the educational experiences of ‘dis-engaged’ y...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 11 Nov 2019

    Unlock young people’s theatrical careers with Get Into Theatre

    This year we saw the launch of a fantastic new initiative for young people interested in a career in theatre – Get Into Theatre. Packed full of information, guidance and opportunities for those lookin...

    Author: Annabel Thomas

    Date: 28 Oct 2019

    How can Arts Award programmes keep the arts at their heart?

    Today is our second in a series of three blog posts sharing the findings of some research on Arts Award carried out by Frances Howard who is an Arts Award moderator and adviser. On 9 September we intr...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 21 Oct 2019

    How can your Arts Award programme offer the best possible experience for young people?

    Today we start a series of three blog posts, which are drawn from a piece of research that was undertaken as a PhD study by Dr Frances Howard, an Arts Award adviser and moderator. The research sought ...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 09 Sep 2019

    Students are powerful advocates for the arts

    Sienna James suggests that students’ voices can help teachers to raise the profile of the arts in schools. Sienna has achieved Bronze, Silver and Gold Arts Awards and now writes for Voice magazine alo...

    Author: Guest Writer

    Date: 19 Jun 2019

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