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

21st Nov 2019 9:30 am The Riverfront, Newport

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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.

Confirmed contributors:

The Schools without Walls model: Maindee Primary (Newport) and The Riverfront.

Beatboxer and sound artist, Jason Singh, The Singh Thing who is the current artist educator in residence at Bristol Music Trust.

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Who Can Attend?

These workshops are open to teachers, artists and cultural educators who work in Wales.

We Pay For Cover

The Arts and Education Network: South East Wales can contribute up to £100 per teacher to the cost of supply cover in our region, or courses delivered by Regional Art and Education Networks accross Wales. To see their programmes visit: A2Connect.org (Central South Wales), Edau.cymru(North Wales), Nawr.cymru (Mid and West Wales).

 

Find out more about everything the Network has to offer – including Arts Champion mentoring, funding, courses, and an artist directory: www.artsed.wales

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Email us: [email protected]

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