Online: Primary Art, Craft and Design National Conference: Inclusion and Art

  • 20th Oct 2020
  • Multiple
  • Art
  • Spaces
  • Primary
  • Leadership, Teaching & Learning, Curriculum
  • Lunch Included
  • Refreshments Included
  • From £25.00
Overview

Delegates are welcome to book on all sessions, or choose those which are of interest to them

Simply state in your booking which sessions you wish to attend

All delegates will be charged a fee of £25 per session - in your booking form (in the special requirements section) please state the sessions you wish to attend. .

All delegates will be charged a fee of £25 per session - in your booking form (in the special requirements section) please state the sessions you wish to attend.

A Zoom link will be sent to you for each of the sessions you have booked on. You will simply need to click the link to attend at the appropriate time.

Session 1

09:00 - Welcome - Iain Simper, Director, Educere Consultancy Ltd

09:15 - 10.05 - Keynote lecture: Dr Clare Penketh - 'Ableism' an exploration in art education: re-imagining an equitable and sustainable art education with true relevance for all.


Session 2

10:15 - 10.55 - Workshop session - led by Susan M Coles

How to choose a range of relevant artists designers and makers to make your curriculum diverse and inclusive


Session 3

11:00 -11.40 - Workshop session - led by Paul Carney

TBC


Session 4

12.15 - 12.50 - Workshop session - led by Pragya Kumar

How you can start a participatory arts project in your school and get the community involved! Using the Wall project as a stimulus


Session 5

1.00 - 1.40 - Workshop session - Sheila Ceccarelli

Sketchbooks: On the road to recovery

How a sketchbook journey might support wellbeing, learning and recovery for pupils and teachers in the new normal


Session 6

1.45 - 2.25 - Workshop session - Lucy Turner

Lucy Turner: Playing with art - How can we encourage, not discourage, creativity in EYFS/ KS1 and beyond?


Session 7

2.30 - 3.10 - Keynote lecture: Susan M Coles

Unlocking Cultural Capital an exploration of what it actually is (OFSTED don’t know everything!) . Let’s find out how you are probably already fulfilling this need, and can lead on this within the school and community setting.Delegates are welcome to book on all sessions, or choose those which are of interest to them

About The Course

A full day of keynotes and workshops - with input from the following colleagues:

  • Claire Penketh, Associate Professor in Disability and Education, Liverpool Hope University

Focusing on Ableism

  • Lucy Turner, Reggio Emilia inspired creative play for children

Focusing on Art in Early Years and Key Stage 1

  • Susan M Coles, Arts, Creativity, Cultural and Educational Consultant

Focusing on bridging the gap between boys and girls in Art, Craft and Design

  • Paul Carney, Art & Design Consultant, Educator

Focusing on drawing skills

  • Sheila Ceccarelli, Access Art

Focusing on Experimentation and Progression in Expressive, Reflective and Observational Drawing

  • Pragya Kumar, Eltham Arts

Focusing on community arts projects

What Teachers Say
  • Delegate from November 19 conference: I found the information from NSEAD regarding the skills and progression children should be evidencing really interesting.

  • Delegate from November 19 conference: I found the course very useful because it provided me with important information regarding the expectations of Ofsted. The variety of speakers proved really interesting as each person introduced useful resources to both use in the classroom and support colleagues. The practical sessions and opportunities to speak to colleagues from other schools, as always was really important and helped me to reflect on how i could use the ideas and information I had gleaned from the day. It was a great day and I am really pleased that courses such as this are being organised locally.

  • Delegate from November 19 conference: Great pointers for developing a curriculum framework for Art, plus where to find quality resources, the organisations that can help teachers to develop Art in school and the opportunity to network with colleagues.
About the Programme Leader

Claire Penketh Associate Professor in Disability and Education, Liverpool Hope University Focusing on Ableism

Lucy Turner Reggio Emilia inspired creative play for children Focusing on Art in Early Years and Key Stage 1

Susan M Coles Arts, Creativity, Cultural and Educational Consultant Focusing on bridging the gap between boys and girls in Art, Craft and Design

Paul Carney Art & Design Consultant, Educator Focusing on drawing skills

Sheila Ceccarelli Co-director Access Art

Pragya Kumar Artist and Art practitioner

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20th Oct 2020
10:00am - 04:00pm
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£25.00