A group for anyone who wants to help us develop an NTW approach to education.
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To act as a catalyst in creating new networks to stimulate debate across arts, education and beyond
To provide a forum to discuss education in a language that encourages fresh and innovative ideas
To develop leaders and advocates from a range of backgrounds, working throughout the whole education system
To focus on creating long-term solutions to the problems of the formal education system
To encourage cross-curricular dialogue to promote the benefits of the arts at all stages of the educational experience
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The creative schools/ creative practitioners project has been running for about 2 school years now. I was so enthusiastic about its aims when launched at the Arts Council Wales event. I think the…Continue
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http://shar.es/131gVNNesta posted this on twitter this morning. It is an article written by Naveen Jain called School's Out For Summer. It was originally posted…Continue
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What if there is a way to take any discussion group to impact the future, involve the group and conversation , by discussion, attitude, interaction be it voice visual impact, more engagement allows…Continue
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Call out for Teachers: CPD Opportunity
We would like to work with teachers to refine the digital resources generated by our Go Tell The Bees Creative Thinker call out so that they are user-friendly and responsive to working towards a new curriculum. Closing date - Friday 7th August.
Galwad am Athrawon: Cyfle DPP
Hoffem weithio gyda thîm o athrawon i fireinio'r adnoddau digidol a gynhyrchwyd gan ein Galwad Meddylwyr Creadigol. Dyddiad cau - Dydd Gwener 7 Awst.
Find out more and apply here/ Darganfyddwch fwy a gwnewch gais yma:
At National Theatre Wales we are proud to be supporting Fly The Flag. Check out the brilliant opportunity for schools to become involved by following the links below!
This June, schools across the UK are invited to take part in an international moment to mark the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Artist Ai Weiwei has created a new flag to symbolise universal human rights which will fly from buildings all across the world from 24 — 30 June 2019.
Fly The Flag aims to engage the next generation in understanding and valuing their human rights.
FREE cross-curricular resources for ages 5 to 18 designed in consultation with teachers, are available to download from www.FlyTheFlag.org.uk to support this learning. The resources use creative activities to promote enquiry and debate, and help pupils gain a better understanding about what human rights mean today. Plan your lesson or school assembly now and take part in this international moment.
To find out what events are taking place near you and for more details about how to Fly The Flag for human rights this June, visit www.FlyThe Flag.org.uk or sign up to the mailing list here
Check out this brilliant training opportunity from our friends at Amnesty International.
This is a fantastic CPD course for anyone with a passion for teaching the next generation about human rights.
Become an Amnesty Teacher or Advisor
Do you know a teacher with a passion for human rights? Let them know about Amnesty International’s Continuing Professional Development programme to become a certified Amnesty Teacher. Over 3 training days, they can explore exciting new resources, tools and methods to deliver human rights education in their classroom and wider school community. Find out more here and apply here.
Are you an experienced human rights teacher? Lend your skills and wisdom to Amnesty’s Teacher Advisory Group. Through termly meetings and online discussion, help them to develop the Amnesty Teacher Programme and better support teachers to teach human rights. Email Amnesty to find out more.
Find out all about the brilliant TEAM/PLC album launch in Pembroke Dock last week by reading my recent blog!
We have a very exciting opportunity for a Creative Assistant to work with NTW TEAM on our latest TEAM Education project - this time we will be working with a school in Pembrokeshire. Please check out my blog post if you would like to find out more!
Mae gyda ni cyfle gwych am Cynorthwyyd Creadigol i weithio gyda NTW TEAM ar ein prosiect TEAM Addysg diweddaraf - y tro yma fe fyddwn ni yn gweithio gyda ysgol yn Sir Benfro. Edrychwch ar fy nhudalen blog os hoffech ragor o wybodaeth!
Words That Burn is Amnesty International's new educational resource - a poetry and protest pack that is simply brilliant! Teachers, pupils, parents, everyone - use it!
Mae Words That Burn yn adnodd addysg newydd Amnesty International - prosiect bendigedig barddoniaeth a phrotest! Athrawon, ddisgyblion, rhieni, pawb - defnyddiwch!
Great advocate for Peer assisted learning, young people supporting each other with their given strengths
Casgliad 2017 - Building the Future for Youth Arts In Wales
Saturday 13th May, Llandrindod Wells, Powys
Are you passionate about the youth arts sector in Wales?
You are invited to explore and help build the future for youth arts in Wales with the Youth Arts Network Cymru (YANC) at Casgliad 2017, an inspirational day of networking, guest speakers, workshops, and discussion.
Flyer below. NTW event link - http://community.nationaltheatrewales.org/events/casgliad-2017-buil...
The Arts and Education Network: South East Wales presents a FREE masterclass, for teachers of GCSE and A Level Drama and Theatre. The day will provide delegates with fresh strategies for teaching Drama and Theatre, focusing on improvisation, devising and re-imagining text.
This masterclass is only open to teachers who live and/or work in Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Newport or Torfaen. More info here.
Thanks for posting Zoe. We'll push it through our networks.
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