Arts Award supports children and young people to develop as artists and arts leaders.
Arts Award supports children and young people to develop as artists and arts leaders. It deepens engagement with arts and culture, develops both creative and leadership skills, and importantly the Arts Award leads to a national qualification.
Through the five different levels of Arts Award, children and young people aged up to 25 can explore any art form. The award builds confidence, helps young people engage and enjoy cultural activities and prepares them for further education and employment. At Culture Bridge North East it is our job to support schools and cultural organisations to help more children and young people to achieve Arts Award, and to raise awareness of the award more generally.
We are developing our delivery plans for Arts Award in the North East right now, so watch this space for more information.
|For further information about Arts Award please visit: www.artsaward.org.uk.|
Arts Award adviser training and supporter surgeries
Arts Award adviser training is available regularly across the North East. Click here for further details.
Culture Bridge North East works closely with all the North East Arts Award trainers and training agencies as well as with Trinity College. Please contact the team if you have any queries about Arts Award: Tel: 0191 277 2243 or email: email@example.com
News and resources
Arts Award Peer Mentoring Programme Film Live
If you're interested in Arts Award or if you're an Arts Award adviser - take a look at our peer mentoring film.
Blog: Developing Plans for Arts Award, by Eileen Atkins
"Because of the flexible nature of Arts Award it can be delivered in lots of different ways. I've been involved directly as an adviser and through bridge work for a few years now. In my experience, the longer you leave it between doing your adviser training and doing your first Arts Award delivery, the more daunting it can become." Read more...
Arts Award Impact Study
The study found that Arts Award is a driver of young people’s educational and professional success. All young people participating benefitted in some way from doing Arts Award and half experienced specific positive impacts on their education or job chances.
Benefits experienced by all participants included improved communication, people and organisational skills, new contacts or connections and increased confidence. 95% of advisers reported seeing a ‘great impact’ on young people’s personal confidence, which young people and advisers indicated as supporting a range of ‘hard’ outcomes. Read more