The first video profiles three musicians with East Anglian connections: musical director Greg Arrowsmith, composer Cheryl Frances-Hoad, and broadcaster Tom McKinney.
Please send any questions you or your students have for the musicians to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 18 May and they will answer your questions!
Panel Discussion Only
Cheryl Frances-Hoad | Composer
Greg Arrowsmith | Musical Director
Tom McKinney | Broadcaster
Exploring the new Ofsted framework with the help of Mary Myatt, Amanda Spielman, and Artsmark.
An insight into ‘cultural capital’ and why it’s important to understand the difference it makes.
A broad and balanced curriculum has to include Arts and Culture
“Really? You must be mad!” Cried my friends and colleagues as I announced that after a two and a half year gap I was about to return to teaching…
A new blog post by our Education Manager Abi Marrison
In the first of a series of blogs, Stephen Hughes, one of our team of Cultural & Arts Leaders in Schools and Academies introduces us to his CALSA journey….
We are very excited to be hosting this workshop as part of NessFest Youth Arts Festival happening on Tuesday 23 October
A round-up of our Artsmark Festival on Saturday 13 October
Stephanie Peachey visited the beautiful Tallinn in Estonia to meet with artists and fellow partners in the Pop Up Creators programme…
Our Senior Manager Stephanie Peachey asks if we are preparing young people for a future in the creative industries…
The Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) and the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) are looking for primary schools to take part in trials of cultural learning approaches
Bringing learning to life through arts and culture…
Networking events connecting teachers with the arts and cultural offer in their region
A round-up of our conference for cultural education leaders and organisations held on Wednesday 8 November 2017.