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What is it?

Artsmark gives every child the opportunity to create, compose, and perform, gain knowledge and understanding, and to visit experience and participate in extraordinary work.

Awarded by Arts Council England, designed by schools, the new Artsmark award will help schools to deliver a high quality arts and cultural education and provides an excellent way to demonstrate this.

Across the country Artsmark is rewarding more and more schools for championing arts and culture. Any school, college or youth justice setting can apply.

Artsmark schools gain access to exceptional resources as well as networks of the country’s most treasured cultural organisations, helping them develop and strengthen their arts provision.

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How we support Artsmark: 

​Local briefing events – INSET for schools and arts organisations who want to hear more about the new Artsmark, and Arts and Cultural learning

Development Days – 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


Development Days

Below is a list of upcoming development days across the region.

Click on the relevant dates/location to save your place. All days run 10.30am–3.00pm

Grove Theatre, Dunstable. 13 October 

The Old Town Hall, Hemel Hempstead. 20 October 

UK Centre for Carnival Arts, Luton. 12 November 

Guildhall Museum, Rochester. 24 November 

The Forum Library, Southend-on-Sea. 2 December 

Trestle Theatre, St Albans. 14 December


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