Tag Archives: Artists in schools

Case study: Woodlands Infant School

Woodlands Infant School is a two form entry school with it’s own Nursery with two part-time classes teaching through to the end of Year 2. It’s location is in Shirley, Solihull not far from the east of Birmingham’s border. changing … Continue reading

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International Profile

I’m thrilled to be featured by ICEnet.ning.com, in a very thorough article and interview – thank you lovely people!

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Cos we are living in a cereal world, and I am just a cereal girl.

I was recently asked to facilitate a session for artists after a networking breakfast to set the tone of the day and begin artists thinking about their offers for children/young people and schools in general. Taking on the idea of … Continue reading

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Starting Points

Over the last few weeks I have been working on a couple of pieces of evaluation, talking to lots of schools about work they have done with professional artists and arts organisations. As might be expected, responses have been very … Continue reading

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The value of Creative Practitioners?

Working with Artists and Creative Practitioners is a blog site that I have been working on for the last ten months, at first working on the purpose and design of it and then creating and uploading the content. This site … Continue reading

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