ARTSMARK IN BRIGHTON – AUTUMN AND SPRING TERMS 2017/18
Schools in Brighton and Hove have an incredible reputation for creativity and the relaunched Artsmark award is a great opportunity to demonstrate and recognise this in your setting. Awarded by Arts Council England, the new Artsmark award helps schools to deliver a high quality arts and cultural education.
Artsmark is a priority for the Our Future City programme, a partnership between children, young people and professionals from education, health, social services, local businesses, the creative industries and culture to find ways to transform our city in the next 10 years.
There is a growing and supportive Artsmark community in Brighton and Hove – join us!
Artsmark Development Days Autumn and Spring Terms 2017/18
Wednesday 24th January 2018 Brighton, Lighthouse
Wednesday 21st March 2018 Brighton, Lighthouse
The standard Artsmark package costs £500 (unless you are a small school with less than 100 pupils, which attracts a 50% discount).
Artsmark has been designed by schools, for schools, to align with School Improvement Plans and support core EBACC and STEM priorities, giving the curriculum breadth and balance.
As well as recognising schools that are making the arts come alive, the Artsmark award is a practical and valuable tool for enriching a school’s arts provision whatever the starting point.
Artsmark has a common sense application process that is light on paperwork and flexible to each school. Find out more about the process, timeline for completing the award and how Artsmark works.
It provides schools with access to enviable networks of leading cultural organisations that will enable them to use the arts to engage and develop happy, self-expressed and confident young people and inspire teachers.
Artsmark supports Arts Award which recognises the creative development of individual young people
Schools are awarded Silver, Gold or Platinum, based on their achievements.
As an Artsmark setting in the South East, your application fee ensures that your school or educational setting has access to:
An Artsmark Development Day – this is a required training day for two members of school staff, one of whom must be a member of your Senior Leadership Team.
A onetime review of, and written feedback on, your draft Statement of Commitment by a member of the Artswork team before submission to Arts Council England.
Subsidised places on selected Artsplan CPD training courses. Please contact us for further details.
Access to the Connecting With Culture website – a great way for your school to connect with arts and cultural organisations in the South East
A telephone support session from one of our expert trainers, to give you feedback and advice on your final Case Study, before you submit it to ACE for levelling.
Exclusive offers for Artsmark schools from a range of arts and cultural organisations in the South East.