How creativity supported us in lockdown
In our first Artsmark in action blog we hear from Julia Wisbey, Head of Drama and Senior Leader in Personal Development at Admiral Lord Nelson School, a secondary school in Portsmouth. Julia shares with us how they’ve used arts and creativity at the school to support pupil wellbeing, encourage engagement with distanced learning, and build a sense of community.
To celebrate #WorldBookDay we’ve spoken to three recently awarded Artsmark schools to find out how they infuse their English curriculum with creativity. So, grab a brew and find out how Artsmark can inspire you this #WorldBookDay.
Drama brings English to life
We all know why cultural education is so important, but what makes Artsmark Partners so special and how can they help you?
This National Careers Week Festival Bridge discuss Creating the Future, their programme to support schools in helping students explore creative careers.
Milly Kirby, Festival Bridge (27/02/2019)