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Articles tagged with "schools"

Attending a concert or wandering around a gallery is no longer enough to engage young people with the arts

30 September 2014

We need to act on young people's demands for active - not passive - engagement, says the Chief Executive of Sydney Opera House.

Every child should have an education in arts and culture

23 September 2014

A strong cultural education is vital for the UK's social and economic future, argues Vikki Heywood, chair of the RSA

Debate: What do you think of opera for children?

22 September 2014

Is introducing children to opera smug parenting or a valuable cultural eye-opener?

How the Write an Opera course inspires school pupils: ‘They don’t need a talent show judge to tell them they’re great'

6 August 2014

The story behind one school’s production, which has empowered them to tour their work.

Opening the doors to our theatre, and opening minds about opera and ballet

9 June 2014

Harriet Harman draws some curious conclusions from a visit to the ROH.

Fanfare Competition: Let the trumpets sound!

15 May 2014

Our 2014 Fanfare winners share their experiences of the competition.

ROH Bridge funding available for teaching schools

10 May 2014

Up to £7,000 available to strengthen and develop cultural learning across Teaching Schools Alliances.

Discover 10 ways you can step up for cultural learning

2 April 2014

Royal Opera House Bridge hosts Culture Counts conference.

Royal Ballet dancers foster young talent through Chance to Dance programme

13 December 2013

Dancers develop their teaching skills and encourage younger dancers through weekly classes and workshops.

What’s the future of the arts in schools?

24 September 2013

As the revised curriculum is published a recent report looks at how schools are engaging with the arts.

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