The events calendar details the network’s workshops, seminars and networking events.

The calendar also has details of cultural events in Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Newport and Torfaen.

Please contact us if you would like us to share your event on this page.

MAKE IT DIGITAL: Create a Dancing, Drawing Robot for the Digital Competency Framework

12th Sep 2019 Dance Blast, 4 Pen-Y-Pound, Abergavenny, NP7 5UD

This practical workshop is aimed at teachers, educators and artists working in schools who are interested in delivering activities based on creative technologies to teach aspects of digital competency and numeracy.

EXPRESSIVE ARTS OUTDOORS: Site Specific Learning Frameworks

24th Sep 2019 Bedwellty House and Park, Morgan Street, Tredegar, NP22 3XN

This practical course explores a range of outdoor arts projects, across a number of disciplines to support the new Welsh Curriculum AoEL framework.

MAKE IT DIGITAL: Simple Apps to Inspire Learners

17th Oct 2019 Big Pit National Coal Museum, Blaenavon, NP4 9RL

This workshop is aimed at teachers and artist educators working in schools who are interested in learning practical digital skills using apps, to enhance curriculum learning. The content actively supports the new Expressive Arts curriculum and explores the potential for using museums, arts, culture and heritage organisations within the AoLE framework.

Creativity in the Foundation Phase

05th Nov 2019 Llancaiach Fawr Manor, Gelligaer Road, Nelson, Treharris, CF46 6ER

This practical workshop is aimed at Foundation Phase teachers and artist educators who wish to be inspired with fun, active and engaging ideas to support the delivery of cross curricular educating, in line with the Foundation Phase curriculum.

Theatre and Performance for Key Stage 2 and 3: Muckers

13th Nov 2019 Blackwood Miners Institute, High Street, Blackwood, NP12 1AA

This workshop is aimed at teachers and artist educators who want to explore the Experience, Create, Reviewlearning framework for theatre and performance.

Making the most of arts, heritage and cultural organisations for pupil learning

21st Nov 2019 The Riverfront, Newport

The new Welsh curriculum tasks schools to use local arts, heritage and cultural organisations to feed into the learning of pupils. What will this mean for the design of lessons and educational projects? This event will explore the wider context of this curriculum aim, alongside the practicalities of creating high quality experiences for the AoEL frameworks.

Dancing Through the Curriculum, KS2

27th Nov 2019 Dance Blast, Abergavenny

This workshop is designed for primary school teachers to explore and develop their skills in delivering creative dance education within the new expressive arts curriculum framework.

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01st Mar 2025 TBC

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