Equipped for the challenge

A group of young people stand in a cirle with their hands to their faces in an acting exercise.
24 Aug 2012

Victoria Aspden explains how the EducationLive event is persuading teachers of the value of bringing school groups to the theatre, and equipping them with the skills to inspire young people.

An academic impact

Young participants performing theatre.
24 Aug 2012

An arts partnership linking THEATRE IS... with a new Academy school will enable the impact of arts participation on educational achievement to be quantified. Emrys Green explains.

National icon, international reach

Picture of the Royal Albert Hall
24 Aug 2012

Schools around the world have been invited to tune into a live science lesson taking place at the Royal Albert Hall. Lucy Noble tells the story.

Challenge and Change

Two school childeren interact with an art piece
24 Aug 2012

How can education in galleries thrive in the face of challenging times for culture and education more generally? Jane Sillis is encouraged by the opportunities across the UK.

Good training, great teaching

A group of people sat in a circle playing instruments
24 Aug 2012

The importance of training as a teacher in the arts is often under-valued – to the detriment of our sector, says Maricia Klincke

Raising the game

A girl in a garden with coloured paper artwork
24 Aug 2012

Rob Smith has found a sustainable model for working with artist educators that provides artists with an income stream relevant to their field of work and doesn’t depend on public funding

Removing barriers and having fun

Montage of images related to WAC arts and media college
24 Aug 2012

An arts college in Camden has been awarded a three-year contract by the Council to provide short break services in the borough for disabled children and young people. Melanie Ancliff describes the facilities that underpin the programme.

Multiple perspectives

Children with hands up
22 Aug 2012

A cross-curricular approach to education can validate the fundamental contribution of music to our lives, says Chris Harrison.


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