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Develop your Arts, Culture and Heritage Curriculum

The Leeds Cultural Education Partnership (LCEP)* in partnership with Noctua and YITSA teaching schools are hosting two events at The Carriageworks Theatre on Friday 14th June 2019 to support schools to develop their Arts, Culture and Heritage curriculum.

 

For Headteachers and Curriculum Leaders: a half day workshop

‘Embedding Arts, Culture and Heritage in your Curriculum’ 9.00am-1.00pm 

 This workshop will explore how to adapt and design a curriculum which embeds arts, culture and heritage. The session will include case studies presented by schools and arts practitioners, which will explore different approaches and models of delivery to meets the needs of pupils.

Tickets are available on Eventbrite Cost: £52.99

 

For primary teachers and classroom practitioners: a full day conference

An Arts, Culture and Heritage Curriculum in Leeds 9.00am -3.30pm

This exciting day will include practical hands on workshops delivered by a number of experienced arts and heritage providers. Covering different art forms including art, music, dance and drama, this will be a great opportunity to explore creative ideas and approaches and  learn new skills which can be applied in the classroom.

Tickets are available on Eventbrite  Cost: £58.23

Both events also include a ‘marketplace’ of experienced local arts and cultural providers who are available to work in school.

 

* The Leeds Local Cultural Education Partnership (LCEP) was established in September 2017 in response to Arts Council England’s Cultural Education Challenge. The partnership has a wide membership and brings together arts, cultural, educational and community organisations and the local authority to ensure a joined-up arts and cultural offer for children and young people.

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