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Artsmark 2012 - 2013 Leaflet

Artsmark 2012 - 2013 Leaflet

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Artsmark 2012 - 2013 Leaflet
Artsmark 2012 - 2013 Leaflet

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Artsmark Guide
academic year 2012/13
SchoolsFurther education Alternative provision Youth justice
 
cover – Dunraven Schoolphoto: Philippa Gedge
Artsmark is Arts Council England’s agship programme to enableschools and other organisations to
evaluate
,
strengthen
and
celebrate
their arts and cultural provision. It is delivered byTrinity College London, and 10 regional Bridge organisationsdrive participation.
‘Gaining Artsmark is a rigorous process that encouragesthorough sel-evaluation and recognises existingstrengths and opportunities or development.We would strongly encourage other educationinstitutions to apply.’
Jeremy Turner, Headteacher,Friern Barnet School
‘We believe that the arts play a signifcantpart in the development o individualsand add value to the lie and work othe local community. Being part othe Artsmark experience developsyoung people’s creative skills,sel-confdence, sel-esteemand motivation to raise theirstandards o achievementthroughout the curriculum.’
John Jones, Headteacher,Wrockwardine Wood Arts College
 
www.
artsmark
.org.uk
 Why Artsmark?
Artsmark is nationally recognised as demonstrating excellence in arts and cultural provision.Holding Artsmark status shows that your school or setting values arts and culture.It raises your organisation’s prole in the eyes of prospective students, their families and thewhole community.Artsmark supports successful and sustainable relationships with arts and cultural organisations.Becoming part of the Artsmark community gives you access to specialist advice to help you developyour arts and cultural provision.Artsmark contributes to the cultural aspect of Ofsted’s requirement that schools promote students’spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.

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