Now you can discover more about joining them at our free twilight briefing on 7 July. Please click here to book onto
one of the limited places.
There’s also the chance to meet and experience some high quality local arts and cultural providers during the session.
Arts Council England’s Artsmark now offers a clear process of school planning that enables you to address whole school priorities through the arts and culture.
The process has seven simple steps:
- Complete a short self-assessment
- Attend a development day for two members of staff
- Complete a statement of commitment
- Deliver the work on your school priority
- Submit a case study
- Get your Artsmark level
The new Artsmark has been designed by teachers for teachers to support connections with schools’ own strategies and is aligned with the National Curriculum and planning cycles. For those who have achieved Artsmark before, the biggest difference you’ll see
is that Artsmark is now forward looking rather than being an audit of past work.
Please note these sessions are for schools who have not yet signed up to the Artsmark process.