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Susan M Coles Jun 30
I’m happy to use Twitter to advertise these opps. Bear in mind that people like us, who run face to face CPD, are self employed. new ways of working deserve to be embraced. So grateful for the support you have given us so far.
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Stoke/North Staffs Cultural Education Partnership Jul 1
A humanising curriculum- with the arts at its core- is essential for children and young people to flourish post Covid
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Anne-Louise Quinton. May 27
How could I say no to getting the chance to talk about and get folk involved with making their own activist artworks? Exactly- Impossible. Catch it all this weekend !
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InSEA Apr 27
Are you busy thinking about creating something radical for us? There may be plenty of time but don’t forget. This is a global call out. We need you. Pls share.
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Jane Pellatt Apr 15
Grateful for Art keeping Lydia busy during lockdown ⁦⁩ ⁦
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MrsEborall Jul 8
You can now check out the work of Aimee Burns, Year 9, in the Dot Art Schools virtual gallery. Well done to all students involved.
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InSEA May 26
Delighted to see these, they will go onto our online gallery in the InSEA Facebook group and via Twitter over the next week or so. Well done everyone. And- stay radical.
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Helen Morgan Jul 2
Me at 15 quite disaffected with education and not really engaged with anything the world was telling me I should be.
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nichola twemlow Jul 1
We started the conversation in May with people from across the UK and we are now moving to action. Many thanks to for igniting the discussion and the huge numbers of children and young people who inspire us to carry on the fight everyday.
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Dr Rebecca Heaton Jun 23
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InSEA Apr 27
Thank you so much our UK affiliates for using our hashtags in your wonderful creative making video. This is so good. Well done to Rowan and to the camera person too! Beautiful drawing and message.
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Susan M Coles Jun 12
Tomorrow our hashtag is with and me + as we embrace technology and over 240 art educators! and we can’t wait to welcome you all. 🤗
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Mark Rutherford Jul 9
Here are a variety of pet portraits drawn by some of our Year 7 Art & Design students. Some very good drawings, keep up the good work!
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Kim Adams Mar 3
Love this from art of education and so very true!
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DownendART Apr 27
Hannah's been busy too - a lovely set of studies here. !
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Yorkshire Sculpture Park Jul 11
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AccessArt Feb 28
It was such an honour to be able to take to a parliamentary group! What brilliant advocates the Fitzy Peters are for in schools! Very well deserved praise and admiration from all of us!🥰🏹🥰Thank you and the
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Cheadle Hulme School Apr 22
Another brilliant submission to the challenge... Year 8's Bettie has captured her photos with depth of field, perspective, rule of thirds, narrative, colour theory, lighting and and location all evident. VERY well done!
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The Art Department @ The De La Salle Academy. Apr 27
Fantastic urban art final pieces by Aaron, Junior and Charlie in year 8! 🎨👏🏽
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Sarah Kilpatrick Nov 24
This Art teacher agrees wholeheartedly. Gibb, Gove et al knowingly and purposefully removed access to Arts education for thousands of students in England's schools. We campaign for
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