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Delivering Excellence in Teaching Arts: Implementing a Whole School Approach to the Arts

Many schools across in the UK have used the Arts Award Framework to ensure that their students are receiving a quality education in the arts. The Headteacher of St Bede’s & St Joseph’s Catholic College, Rebecca Voller discussed how the Arts Award has benefited their students and how they have staggered the awards across year groups.

Delivering Excellence in Teaching Arts: The Impact of the Arts for Disadvantaged Children

At Pakeman Primary School the number of Pupil Premium students and those with English as an additional language is significantly higher than the national average. We heard from Headteacher Emma Bonnin about how they embedded the arts into their school day, with the aim of helping disadvantaged pupils with their academic and personal development.

Delivering Excellence in Teaching Arts: Becoming a Leader in Cultural Education

Curious Minds have made it their mission to train teachers . We heard from Derri Burdon, Chief Executive of Curious Minds who discussed the wealth of training programmes on offer for teachers wanting to become cultural education leaders.

Using the Arts Award to Promote a Cross-Curricular Approach to the Arts

The Arts Award Framework gives schools the opportunity to implement a holistic approach to teaching arts and culture. This case study examines how St Bede's & St Joseph's Catholic College in Bradford have embedded arts and culture across the curriculum.

Using the Arts to Support Disadvantaged Children

Pakeman Primary School in London accommodates for SEND pupils and pupils with English as a second language. They have used the arts to implement a ‘creative curriculum’. This case study explores how this new curriculum has supported pupils with their additional needs.

Becoming a Specialist Leader in Cultural Education

Curious Minds aim to see quality cultural education as a regular aspect of every child's learning and leisure time. This article examines the training programmes offered by Curious Minds to help teachers become specialist leaders in cultural education.