£232,000 of funding awarded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation along with further investment from Royal Opera House Bridge.
Pilot scheme awarded the BERA BCF Routledge Curriculum Journal Award (2016)
Each school will receive:
- Two years of CPD programme for one teacher* with ongoing support and mentoring from artists, cultural organisations and Anglia Ruskin University.
- A consistent and systematic evaluation of impact and pupil progress.
- £750 Enrichment and Resource payment (year 1 only) and £500 Artsmark financial support package
Target teacher to attend 6 full days outside the classroom in year one and participate in ongoing mentoring, twilight sessions, and regular electronic communications with programme partners.
A member of SLT to lead on Artsmark and to act as an ‘enabler’ to the target teacher on the programme.
For further information please see the attached programme details and declaration of interest form, which contains details of how to apply.
* Schools may choose a different teacher in year 2
For more information, please contact:
Sarah Goldsmith (Project Coordinator)