Free event where teachers share their experiences and expertise

Hear how teachers have been supporting students’ creative development – free event.

Four teachers from across Yorkshire and the Humber will be passing on their experiences and expertise in how they’ve helped boost the  creative development of hundreds of pupils through Arts Award at our free event later this month.

There are still some places available for our special Arts Award in schools seminar on Wednesday 19 November 2014 (2.30pm-4.30pm) at The Tetley, Leeds which is open to teachers, teaching assistants, senior leaders, governors and school staff.

At this event you will have the opportunity to hear from experienced advisers who have delivered this national recognised award at various levels, find out about what is required at each level and how to build portfolios and collect evidence.

The speakers are:

·         Sue Madeley – Barugh Green School, Barnsley

·         Janet Berry, Deputy Head, Hollingwood Primary School, Bradford

·         Rachel Gerrard, drama subject leader, Tapton School, Sheffield

·         Amy Barrow – Bradford Academy

They’ve taken part in a range of activities linking their young people with musuems, heritage sites and a range of arts and cultural experiences including film, music, and art. They led to more than 600 children and young people achieving Arts Award.

Full details on the CapeUK website www.capeuk/events and to book send your name, school and contact details to cape@capeuk.org with the subject line “Arts Award in Schools seminar”.


Information

Published: 11/11/2014
Audience: Teachers, teaching assistants, senior leaders, governors and school staff.
Contact: Cape UK

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