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The Children's Art School

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on 4 December 2016

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Transcript of The Children's Art School

WHY?
Creativity= innovation
The Children's Art School
weekly programme:

Little Art club 2-4year s (thursdays and fridays)

Junior Art club 4-8years (Tuesday after school club )

Senior Art Club 9+ years (Wednesday after school club )

Saturday Art School 4- 16years (Saturday mornings)
AIMS
life skills
art teaches you to make your own decisions
art teaches you to consider alternative solutions
art teaches you that mistakes can be opportunities
art teaches you to take risks
art promotes curiosity
art teaches reflective thinking
art develops problem-solving skills
art allows you to be yourself
art facilitates a sense of achievement and well-being
Partnerships
with Schools

Arts Award
Arts Awards by Trinity College offer accreditation for children and young people engaged in arts activities
'Creativity is as important in education as literacy and numeracy', Sir Ken Robinson
The value of arts education
Child development
engagement with the physical world
exploration of materials
learning through doing
development of fine motor skills
communication skills
making connections
problem solving
Farnley Tyas
Barbara Hepworth
Thurstonland School
The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe
Honley Juniors
Shelley First school
WW1
Local History
(haggs and boggarts)
The Big Draw
Tour de France
The Enormous Crocodile
Projects in the community
We are a charitable organisation aiming to promote and provide high quality arts provision and to raise awareness of the value of teaching creativity and innovation and its impact on the development and well-being of children and young people.
Hope Bank Works
Woodhead Road
Honley

To promote arts education as a tool to develop creative and innovative thinking
'Creative Industries contribute more than £8m per hour to the UK economy, and generate more than £70bn a year, and is outperforming all other sectors of the UK'
'Employment in Creative Industries grows five times the rate of the wider UK economy.'
architect
surface designer
photographer
graphic designer
illustrator
animator
film maker
fashion designer
textile designer
CREATIVE INDUSTRIES
product designer
pattern cutter
fine artist
set designer
milliner
jewellery designer
game designer
model maker
ceramicist
glass designer
costume designer
stylist
print maker
art editor
The Arts Awards are suitable for children from the age of 5 -25 and the Gold award carries UCAS points
Arts Awards can be accomplished in and out of the school setting
Arts awards focus on developing creativity, independent learning, communication and leadership skills
studio space fits 30 children
music and drama rooms available to accommodate multi-arts experiences
Lounge area for breaks and lunch
Hope Bank Works
Woodhead Road
Honley
Help!
Scholarship programme
Equipment
Holmfirth Arts Festival
To promote arts activities to support child development and well-being
"the children will always remember this experience"
"there were so many activities, the children were totally engaged the whole day"
Chloe Williams
MA Fine art
Lecturer - Foundation Art and Design
AccessArt: 40 artist educator project
“THERE IS A PERCEPTION [AMONGST PARENTS AND TEACHERS] THAT CREATIVE SUBJECTS DON’T DELIVER CAREERS. THE EVIDENCE IS THAT THEY DO.”
Nigel Carrington, Vice-Chancellor, University of the Arts London
(The Warwick Report:(Enriching Britain: Culture, Creativity and Growth)
Choose your theme/discpline
and we'll create a tailor-made creative experience led by the right artist for the job!

Back Lane Artspace 2012
(what does art do that other subjects might not?)
The Children's
Art School
2015
Edexcel examiner
We aim to do this providing visual and other arts classes and workshops, by advising and training teachers and arts facilitators and by working in partnership with schools, local authorities, arts festivals and other local and national arts organisations.
make up artist
sculptor
painter
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