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Navigating the Changing Educational Landscape

Update on Progress 8 and the latest curriculum reforms
When Mar 23, 2017
from 10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Where Lighthouse, Argus Lofts 28 Kinsington Street, Brighton BN1 4AJ
Contact Name
Contact Phone 02380332491
Attendees Ideal for:
•Any arts and cultural organisation that wants to build their knowledge of working with schools
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The Course:

This workshop aims to support arts and cultural organisations and practitioners to develop and build partnerships with schools.  Led by Artswork School Liaison Managers, the day will focus on recent changes and developments in the formal education sector

Offering strategies for gaining access to decision makers in schools, a refreshed awareness on the value of partnerships, key education language and a focus on Arts Council England’s Quality Principles, this day will leave you equipped to build on and develop your offering for both primary and secondary schools.

Ideal for:

  • Any arts and cultural organisation that wants to build their knowledge of working with schools

You will gain:

  • An update on Progress 8 and the latest curriculum reforms
  • Information on how you can support schools in developing their pupil’s Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural development
  • Practical ideas for developing your offering to primary and secondary schools
  • Q&A session with senior leaders working in schools

Trainers:

Trevor Harris and Jane Dickson

Course cost:

Places on this course are charged at the subsidised rate of £70 per person.  This subsidy is available to individuals and organisations working in the south east region*, as part of Artswork’s South East Bridge Programme.  The usual cost of places on this course is £130 per person.

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