You'll find information listed here for training, CPD, creative teacher network meetings, NST Arts network events and Arts Mark development meetings. The calendar is regularly updated.
The Artsmark Award is the only creative quality standard for schools and education settings, accredited by Arts Council England. The programme aligns with School Improvement Plans and supports core EBACC and STEM priorities. It’s open to primary, secondary and special schools, pupil referral units, youth offending teams and sixth form colleges. Find out more on the Mighty Creatives website.
Arts Award inspires young people to grow their arts and leadership talents: it's creative, valuable and accessible. It enables young people to deepen their engagement with the arts, build creative and leadership skills and achieve a national qualification. The award can be undertaken in many settings such as arts centres, colleges and schools, community projects, libraries, galleries, local authorities, theatres, youth clubs and youth justice settings. Find more detailed information on the Arts Award website
Can you help the Literacy Trust create original online content? If you’re coming up with brilliant literacy-based ideas to keep your family or community entertained during COVID, please share them with them with the Literacy Trust, they use them to inspire others. Email any suggestions for digital content to Nottingham@literacytrust.org.uk Take a look on the Read On Facebook page to see content from people in the local community,
Fast-track Art History Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) and A level courses for state supported students, offered free of charge online, and pandemic permitting, as a hybrid with some students in museums and galleries on Saturdays during term-time in the 2020-21 academic year. The course has been offered for the last six years to a wide range of state maintained sector students, many from BAME and/or widening participation backgrounds, and for the past four years on term-time Saturdays at museums and galleries. Find out more on the Art History Link Up website.