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Embedding Arts, Culture and Heritage in your curriculum: EVENTS!

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The Leeds Cultural Education Partnership (LCEP)* in partnership with Noctua and YITSA teaching schools are hosting a programme of events with a focus on ‘Embedding Arts, Culture and Heritage in your Curriculum’.


In November 2018, we held a Briefing Meeting for Headteachers and Senior Leaders The meeting included a Skype presentation from Susan Aykin, HMI and National Lead for Visual and Performing Arts. Susan spoke on the importance of a broad and balanced curriculum with particular reference to the Arts.

Following on from this, we have two events coming up for the Spring and Summer terms, which you may be interested in.  Places can be booked individually.  However, there is a discount available if schools book Sessions 2 and 3 together.


Session 2: A Creative Curriculum Design Workshop for Heads and Curriculum Leaders

Friday 1st March 2019, 9am – 3pm, Leeds City Museum

Aimed at heads and curriculum leaders, this event will explore how to adapt and design a curriculum which embed arts, culture and heritage within your curriculum to meets the needs of your pupils.

Cost: £94.91 Tickets are available on Eventbrite – Session 2


Session 3: A Conference for Classroom Practitioners:‘An Arts, Culture and Heritage Curriculum in Leeds’

Friday 14th June 2019, 9am – 3pm, Carriageworks

The day will include practical  workshops delivered by experienced arts, culture and heritage providers. Covering different art forms including art, music, dance and drama, this will be a great opportunity to up skill teachers and raise awareness of the local support available.

Cost: £58.23 Tickets are available on Eventbrite – Session 3


Session 2 and 3 combined cost £136.83: Tickets are available on Eventbrite Sessions 2&3


For information about the events, please contact yorkshireinclusivetsa@eastsilc.org

* 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.