Schools and Learning Settings

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Artillery are very pleased to be an Artsmark partner organisation.

The Artsmark Partnership Programme is an Arts Council England endorsed network of arts and cultural organisations that understand the Artsmark criteria and can support schools and education settings on their Artsmark journey to embed arts and culture across the curriculum.

Artillery do this by supporting schools' participation in our neighbourhood projects, supporting artist residencies in schools, and creative continuing professional development, and so achieve their Artsmark strategic goals and ambitions.

Image: Stoneydown Sticks Together courtesy of Farah Ishaq
Image: Stoneydown Sticks Together courtesy of Farah Ishaq

E17 Art Trail 2021

We look forward to supporting local schools, colleges and nurseries to make visible the imaginations and creative talent in your school communities at the E17 Art Trail in July 2021. In the last festival, 30 different learning settings took part.

Are you are a teacher, teaching assistant, educator, artist working in education, parent governor or on a PTA and considering participating in the E17 Art Trail?

Please be in touch with Artillery's lead for schools' participation, Morag McGuire.

  • Email morag@artillery.org.uk
  • Or book a 1-to-1 zoom or phone call here.
    (The 1-to-1 sessions are available on Monday afternoons from 3.30pm, last session at 5pm.)

 

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Story Making Together:
Creativity & Wellbeing for EYFS

Artillery is pleased to be offering Creative Continuing Professional Development inspired by our London Borough of Culture project: Grandad's Island: From Page to Pavement.
We're delighted to be joined by theatre maker, Del Taylor, and forest educator, Rachel Summers of Curious Wilds, to offer two-part creative training for teachers, nursery practitioners, teaching assistants, childminders and artists working creatively with children age 3-6yrs. Using the award winning picture book, Grandad’s Island by Benji Davies as our start point, you will acquire affordable and age-appropriate techniques for creative exploration of our world, and our feelings led by your learners’ imaginations.
This will be hands-on training via zoom. Thanks to the Waltham Forest Cultural Education Partnership, this training is FREE. For full information and how to book go to: http://lbwfcep.eventbrite.com/
Midweek afternoon dates are: Wed 21 April & Mon 10 May
Saturday dates are: 24 Apr & 1 May. Special thanks to Benji Davies, the local author-illustrator who created the award winning book 'Grandad's Island'.

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