Artsmark Connects: SEND Pupil Voice in the Arts - 13 November 2019
Please note: Artsmark Connects events are open to all teachers, including those not currently registered for Artsmark. Cultural sector organisations are also welcome to book.
Join us at the Battersea Arts Centre for an evening exploring SEND pupil voice in the arts with teachers and artists.
This informal networking event will offer teachers an opportunity to find out about SEND pupil voice in the arts at Battersea Arts Centre - the Artsmark Partner kindly hosting the event. Paul Morrow (Cultural Inclusion Manifesto) adn DJ (Corali Dance) will also be there to join in the discussion and demonstrate practical ideas that can be taken back to the classroom. There will also be an opportunity to hear more about the Cultural Inclusion Manifesto.
DJ is a dancer, actor and performer. He is a graduate of the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, having studied on the Performance Making Diploma for Learning Disabled & Autistic Adults. He has performed as part of Corali Dance, Access All Areas and the Not Your Circus Dog Collective all around the UK including at the Soho Theatre & The Place. He regularly facilitates school workshops in this country and abroad.
The event will give teachers a chance to network with peers and discover more about pupil wellbeing and the arts.
Artsmark Connects events provide the following opportunities:
Presentations: hear from teachers and the cultural sector
CPD: an opportunity to try out offers from host Artsmark Partner organisations
Celebrate: congratulate those schools that have recently been awarded Artsmark
Discover: find out how Artsmark can help your school
Network: a chance for teachers and the cultural sector to network and share ideas and practice over a glass of wine (or two!)
Teachers working in SLD, MLD, PMLD & EBD settings.
Teachers working with pupils with SEN in a mainstream setting.
All those interested in inclusive artistic practice alongside those with learning difficulties.
Teachers, senior leaders, governors and members of the cultural sector are also welcome to attend.
Places are limited, book now!