artsmark event

Artsmark Development Training

  • Wednesday 29th June 2022 at 9:30am - 3:30pm
  • The National Holocaust Centre and Museum, Acre Edge Road, Laxton, Newark, UK
  • Free

Inspire learning through the arts, develop your vision for the future and prepare for your essential Artsmark journey.

This Development Training will equip you with all the tools needed for your Artsmark journey. Led by a specialist consultant you will be supported to reflect on your current practice and explore your vision for arts and cultural education in your school. You will be guided through the different stages of the Artsmark process and will work with other schools to generate ideas and plan your journey.

This training will be split over 2 sessions to allow a break for lunch. There will also be a comfort break in both the morning and afternoon session at the discretion of the trainer.

During the day you will:

  • Be given clear information about how the programme will work including key milestones
  • Reflect and share practice as a group
  • Consider the potential for cultural education in your setting and the impact of this on your pupils, staff and wider community
  • Work through the Statement of Commitment with specialist support to ensure you feel confident and comfortable completing this following the event
  • Be introduced to and have the opportunity to explore Arts Council England’s Quality Principles
  • Hear about what opportunities are available to you to build partnerships with artists and arts and cultural organisations in your area and beyond
  • Explore key development areas for potential development:-
    • Leadership
    • Curriculum development
    • CPD
    • Pupil engagement
    • Range of offer
    • Partnerships
    • Values and ethos
    • Equality and diversity
  • Be introduced to The Mighty Creatives and hear about what support and offers we can provide

BE INSPIRED!

Please note that you must sign up to the Artsmark programme with Arts Council England before booking on to a Development Training session.

http://www.artsmark.org.uk/registration

Date

Thursday 29th June 2022

Time

Start 9:30 – 15:30 Finish

There will be a 45 minute break, with lunch and refreshments provided throughout the day.

Venue

The National Holocaust Centre and Museum, Acre Edge Road, Laxton, Newark, NG22 0PA.

The Centre is on the right as you travel towards Laxton Village from Ollerton. The Centre car park entrance is clearly visible from the main road. Download a map to the National Holocaust Centre & Museum.

Further information can be found here. 

Attendee Requirements

The Artsmark programme requires a minimum of 2 staff members per school at this event, one must be of the Senior Leadership Team.

Please contact us if this presents a problem.

You will need to have access to your school development plan on the day.

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