CapeUK Professional Learning Programme – We aim to help participants to: grow new ideas and behaviours, drive change and sustainability, enable creative development, introduce analysis, understand creative processes, experience creativity, think systemically to bring about change, be engaging… and more.
Here you can book online for our forthcoming events. For more information about bookings, please call the team on 0113 322 3050 or e-mail email@example.com.
We hope to see you at an event soon!
Secret World of SchoolsWhen:
14 Feb (Secondary), 7 March (Primary), 14 March (SpecialTime:
Various locations (see below)Who:
Anyone interested in working with schoolsHow:
This is a fantastic opportunity to make sure your offer for children and young people is relevant and attractive to schools. Led by current school teachers and leaders you’ll hear about the day to day life of schools and how arts, culture and creativity is integrated into the school day.
There are separate events for primary, secondary and alternative provision, all hosted by highly experienced and knowledgeable school leaders and teachers in our region.
In a fast changing educational landscape, this is your chance to gain an understanding of the schools’ responsibilities and expectations, how they plan, set priorities and ensure pupils receive a broad and balanced curriculum. How can external partners support schools and teachers, what do schools want from the arts and culture sector and how do they find it?
► The Secret World of Secondary Schools – Tuesday 14 February 2017 10am – 4pm – Penistone Grammar School, Penistone.
Led by Dan Bodey, Deputy Head at Fulford School, York & Donna Watkins, Head of Visual and Performing Arts, Penistone Grammar School.
► The Secret World of Primary Schools – Tuesday 7 March 2017 9:30am – 3:30pm – High Greave Infant/Junior School, Rotherham.
Led by Matt Freeston, CEO of Learner’s Trust & Julie Meiner, Assistant Head Teacher at Kings Oak Primary Learning Centre, Barnsley.
► The Secret World of Special Schools (Social, Emotional and Mental Health, Severe Learning Difficulties, Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties) – Tuesday 14 March 2017 9:30am – 3:30pm – Unity Works, Wakefield
Led by Steve Barton, Expressive Arts Lead, Kelford School, Rotherham & Verity Watts, Executive Vice Principal, Springwell Learning Community, Barnsley
To book your place please visit the Secret World event page.
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Arts Award Gold trainingWhen:
Wednesday 29 March 2017Time:
9am - 12:30pmWhere:
CapeUK, 31 The Calls, Leeds LS2 7EYWho:
Anyone who is already trained as a Bronze and Silver Arts Award adviser.How:
Price: £93.75 (if booked before 31st December 2016)More Information
Arts Award Adviser Network Meetings 2016-17When:
3 - 5pmWhere:
Locations across YorkshireWho:
Arts Award advisersHow:
The network meetings will be hosted in different cities across Yorkshire and the Humber at various times of the year. Each network meeting will have an informal feel with different themes and focuses depending on what time of year the meeting will take place.
Upcoming network meetings:
Open to Arts Award advisers delivering in NPOs:
Thursday 30 March 2017 3-5pm – Café 164, Munro House Duke Street, Leeds, LS9 8AG
To book your place click here.
At the adviser network meeting you will have the opportunity to:
• Hear presentations from advisers and centres about their experiences with Arts Award
• Pair up or group with other advisers to share Arts Award knowledge, challenges and ideas
• Take part in practical activities focusing on different themes
• Speak to training consultants for portfolio review, guidance and planning
If you have any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Artsmark Development DaysWhen:
Schools which have signed up to ArtsmarkHow:
Once you've signed up to join Artsmark, you can attend one of our local Development Days.
There you will begin to explore how you can plan to use arts and culture to meet your whole-school priorities, within your school or cluster, with the support of our Artsmark experts.
Click on the "more information" button to find the list of current Development Days and book your place.
Please note: If you are looking to find out more about Artsmark before you sign up then look out for our regular Artsmark Briefing session which will be advertised on this events page.
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Artsmark Briefing DaysWhen:
Various dates throughout the Autumn/Winter termTime:
4pm - 5:30pmWhere:
SchoolsHow:Designed by schools for schools, Artsmark will help you deliver high quality arts and culture provision, and provide you with an excellent way to demonstrate this.Arts Council England believes every child should have the opportunity to create, compose, and perform, as well as to visit, experience, participate in and review extraordinary work. Artsmark can help unlock the potential of children and young people, develop character and talent, and increase their knowledge and understanding.That’s why Artsmark was created: to bring this ambition to life in every classroom.To help you understand the new Artsmark process we're running a series of initial briefings. These twilight events will give you all the details you need in order to start your Artsmark journey.The next round of briefings will be held at the following locations:Monday 17th October – The Lawrence Batley Theatre, Queen St, Huddersfield HD1 2SPMonday 7th November – The Circle, 33 Rockingham Lane, Sheffield, S1 4FWMonday 21st November – York Medical Society, Stonegate, York, YO1 8AWMonday 12th December – The Junction, Paradise Place, Goole DN14 5DLTo book on please click HERE
For general information about Artsmark, please contact the CapeUK team on 0113 322 3050.
Price: £FreeMore Information
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