Craft Character & Literacy

Provider: YPO
£120.00 + VAT Each full day course is £120 +VAT with a £95 YPO voucher in return to every attending delegate.

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Description This full day course offers participants the opportunity to partake in: • Three practical Art, Craft & Design activities including, sculpture/craft skills and print/ paint • A presentation of good practice in Art, Craft & Design linked to the new NC and time for the planning of ideas linked to literacy activity • Exploring the ideas and work of artists, designers and contemporary craftspeople in relation to undertaking challenges linked to texts and character based learning This day is packed with resources and ideas that can be used in the class-room immediately. The full day INSET is supported by an exemplar resource bank of planning ideas, power points and much more, provided digitally to course participants.
Duration 1 day

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Categories Arts, Teaching staff, Out of school
Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students This course will
• Feature first-hand practical activities in a range of sculptural approaches
• Teach about local, regional and national support for excellence in Art, Craft & Design education
• Provide a range of digital resources to enable you to take forward ideas in to the classroom
• Advise as to what ‘Best Practice’ looks like in relation to this inspiring curriculum area
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Details This course will be delivered by Natalie Deane
Natalie is a freelance Arts Education Consultant and specialist teacher for art, craft & design. Natalie spent twelve years working in Local Government Arts Development in the North West of England, was the director of an arts education charity in Hampshire and the Project Manager of the International Artists Retreat ‘Cill Rialaig’ in southern Ireland. She now combines her funding and project management skills with her role in education and contributes to national forums, conferences and magazines. In 2012 Natalie’s work was the feature of a ‘Good Practice’ report entitled ‘The Journey to Excellence in Art, Craft & Design’ commissioned by OFSTED. Most recently she has been part of a national working party reviewing the changes to the National Curriculum and impacts for the subject of art, craft & design on ITT.

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