What is it?
The Artsmark programme offers schools and other settings the opportunity and support needed to build and develop high-quality arts and cultural provision as part of a broad and balanced curriculum. Artsmark embeds and enriches arts and cultural experiences across the whole setting.
What's happening now:
10 Schools from across the region are working with ROH Bridge to develop new Artsmark resources and processes. The pilot is running from April 2015 to July 2015
Artsmark will be formally launched in September 2015
Briefing events will be scheduled later in the Summer term
What we will do:
Artsmark support will be available in a range of ways:
Local briefing events - INSET for schools and arts organisations who want to hear more about the new Artsmark, and Arts and Cultural learning
Introductory events - for teaching staff and senior managers who have made a commitment to developing their Arts and Cultural provision
Phone consultancy, email and visits - Artsmark consultants are available to support schools across Essex, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and North Kent
Bespoke support - for Arts organisations and practitioners who want to develop better relationships with schools and the education sector
How to get involved:
For more general information contact - email@example.com
Express your interest and be first to see the schedule of events - contact Yolanda.firstname.lastname@example.org with your school contact details