Let’s celebrate! Creative learning through the arts

The Arts Council of Wales, in partnership with the Welsh Government, is delighted to have the opportunity to showcase the wealth of learning that is surfacing as a result of the ground-breaking programme, Creative Learning Through the Arts – an action plan for Wales.

Let’s celebrate! Creative learning through the arts is a series of free events taking place across 5 days in April, located in Cardiff Bay. It will highlight all areas of the programme; both the Lead Creative Schools Scheme and the All-Wales Arts and Education Offer, including Creative Collaborations projects and the Regional Arts and Education Networks activity.

Book your place on the following sessions:

Creative with Cardboard: Exploring the infinite potential of working with recycled materials

This workshop is aimed at teachers and artist educators working in schools who are interested in using recycled cardboard packaging material to make resources, displays, practical experiments, literacy aids, all-class and all-school projects right across the curriculum.

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Introduction to Creative Learning

Join the Lead Creative Schools Scheme Regional Teams for an interactive session that will allow you to explore creativity and creative learning within the context of the Lead Creative Schools Scheme.

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Skills not Frills Music – Accessible approaches to developing music in the classroom for non-music specialist teacher

This workshop has been devised by A2 Connect’s Arts Champions in Music for non-specialist Primary teachers to support their use of music as part of their creative practise in the classroom.

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Make it Digital: Easy Apps for Inspiring Learning

This taster workshop is aimed at teachers and artist educators working in schools who are interested in learning practical digital skills using apps, for enhancing curriculum learning.

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New Curriculum for Wales 2020 – Expressive Arts Area of Learning and Experience – Creative Sector Briefing & Feedback Session

The first draft of the new Curriculum for Wales will be published for feedback in April. This is an opportunity to hear about the Expressive Arts, as integral to the draft new curriculum, from the curriculum developers themselves, with an opportunity for discussion and feedback.

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Dancing through the Curriculum

This workshop taster session is designed for primary school teachers to explore and develop their skills in delivering creative dance education. Led by EDAU’s Dance Champion, Jamie Jenkins, who has extensive experience as a dance facilitator in school settings.

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All Wales Arts and Education Networks: Sharing Best Practice

Join the four Regional Arts and Education Networks to find out more about their activities and professional development offer. Meet with Arts Champions and experience first hand some of the courses and training developed and available across Wales.

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Creativity in the Curriculum

Creativity in the Curriculum: a free seminar, bringing together a panel of experts to share understanding of developing creativity and the creative skills of our children and young people.

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