This is an exciting opportunity to work with the Learning Team at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP). YSP is an extraordinary place that sets out to challenge, inspire, inform and delight. As one of Britain’s leading contemporary art organisations it has an internationally renowned exhibition and engagement programme. The multi award… Read More»
Join Dalcroze Eurhythmics specialist Bethan Habron-James at The Conservatoire on 18th January for an inspiring day full of ideas on how to explore musical concepts for the under 6’s through movement. More information here.
Through Creative Europe, the new European Commission’s framework programme for support to the culture and audiovisual sectors, the network’s project Small Size, Performing Arts for Early Years will be supported for the next four years.
Join Earlyarts and the MK Creative Learning Network on 25th and 26th November as they present two days of professional development for teachers working with Early Years Foundation Stage or Key Stage 1 pupils. With talks, discussion and practical artist–led workshop sessions, teachers are invited to attend one or both of the… Read More»
For September’s training webinar on 24th September we will be joined by the wonderful Charlotte Arculus, Early Years Music and Playfulness Specialist and founder member and creator of Magic Adventure. Charlotte will be the exploring the relationship between funniness and musicality, developing pedagogy to support young children’s learning – particularly in… Read More»
Last year saw the first Family Arts Festival with over 2,000 events hosted across the UK. With Michael Morpurgo as Patron this year’s festival will be featuring a huge variety of exciting, innovative and interactive events for all generations of the family. New events are being uploaded daily – check the Family Arts Festival website and… Read More»
Inside Out is a collaboration between Tell Tale Hearts and Imagination Stage Theatre. After successful sell-out audiences in America, the UK version of Inside Out will be touring in October and November. Premiering at the Lawrence Batley Theatre on 17th and 18th October, the tour will then take in Eastgate Theatre in the Scottish Borders, Z-Arts, Arts Centre Washington and ARC in the North West, Barnsley Civic and Half Moon and The Lyric in London and The Junction in Cambridge.
The National Literacy Trust is celebrating the 50th birthday of children’s classic Chitty Chitty Bang Bang with an exciting new reading challenge. The competition will see children go on their very own magical reading tour, spending time reading both at home and at school in order to “fuel Chitty’s tank”. There is a host of free resources available. Find out more here.