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Navigating the Changing Educational Landscape - Training in London

This training aims to support arts and cultural organisations to develop and build partnerships with schools.
When Nov 29, 2019
from 10:00 AM to 04:15 PM
Where Battersea Arts Centre, London
Contact Name Lisa Gardner
Contact Phone 02380332491
Attendees • Anyone working in the arts and cultural sector who would like to develop a better understanding of the current educational landscape
• Individuals and organisations interested in developing partnerships with and offers for schools
• Artsmark Partner Organisations
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This training aims to support arts and cultural organisations to develop and build partnerships with schools. Facilitated by Lorraine Cheshire, one of Artswork Education Development Managers’ and Jeremy Bennett, Independent Education Consultant, the day will focus on recent changes and developments in the formal education sector.

The workshop offers 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.

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