New apprenticeship scheme launched this week

9 August 2013

Read this week's dialogue between Sir Ken Robinson and Anne Sweeney about creativity in children and adults.

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JAMES launch industry apprenticeship scheme

The Joint Audio Media Education Support, in association with Creative & Cultural Skills and City & Guilds, has launched their Studio Apprenticeship Programme at Metropolis Studios. The apprenticeship scheme will provide apprentices with the skills employers need and will provide a way into the industry through pathways. Read more

'Every child is an artist'

Sir Ken Robinson and Disney TV supremo Anne Sweeney in dialogue about unlocking creativity in both children and adults. Read more

Interested in technical theatre?

Creative & Cultural Skills has announced plans to host a series of one-day masterclasses this autumn for young people embarking on careers in technical theatre. The initiative is supported by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation. Read more

Design Quest

A nationwide project that is inspiring children with the world of fashion, textiles and design. After visiting fashion displays at their local museum or gallery, children work with professional designers to create and exhibit their own pieces based on what they saw. See more

Writing Plays for Young People

An interactive workshop taking place today and tomorrow that focuses on giving useful lessons and tips for people writing plays for children and young people. Read more

Seven Stories, winner of National Lottery Awards best education project

The Arts Council's National portfolio organisation was recognised this week for its work celebrating & sharing the nation's rich literary heritage with children and young people. Read more