11th November 2019
Sacrewell Country Centre, Thornhaugh,
Peterborough PE8 6HJ
The Ofsted Inspection framework is changing- is your art curriculum up to scratch? Is it well designed, well delivered and does it have an impact? Join us to find out how to make art an engaging, inclusive and exciting subject for young learners.
Led by Paul Carney and Susan Coles the day promises to be a must-attend event for all with an interest in and passion for the arts in primary schools.
10am - Welcome from Iain Simper, Director, Educere Consultancy Ltd
10.10am - 11.00am Practical workshops by Paul Carney: What is knowledge-rich art and how is it different to what we do now?. What should children learn, know and do, and by when?
11.05 - 11.55am Early Years/KS1 workshops by Primary art expert Cheryl Stanley: Practical tips and techniques on improving control and skill in early years art and how to manage progression. TBC
11.55am - National Updates, links, networks
12.10pm Lunch (with a mindfulness drawing activity)
12.50pm - 1.30pm Keynote Speech Access Art: 20 years of Access Art.
1.30pm - 2.15pm Talk & workshop by Susan Coles: Are we asking the right questions?
2.15pm - 3.00pm Big Draw - 10 years of Big Draw events. TBC
3.00pm - 3.15pm Creative and Cultural Industries Careers Primary Assembly.
3.15pm - 3.30pm Panel, questions, plenary.
Paul is a nationally recognised art consultant having delivered specialist art INSET CPD in schools across the UK and for the UK’s leading training providers. He is a board member for the NSEAD and runs his highly successful art website; paulcarneyarts.com which provides high quality teaching resources and advice to teachers around the world.
He has twenty years teaching experience at Primary, Secondary and post-16 levels of education, is an Advanced Skills Teacher, ex-Subject Leader and was a member of the DfE Expert Advisory Group for Art and Design. In addition to this he was a member of the NSEAD Curriculum Writing Group that wrote the art curriculum competencies, more formally called the: 'Framework for Progression, Planning for Learning, Assessment, Recording and Reporting 2014'.
Susan, an artist/teacher, is a leading expert on art craft design education in the UK and beyond, and a passionate advocate for the subject. A past president of NSEAD, she now represents Europe on the World Council for the International Society for Education through Art, and is also secretary to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Art Education. Susan is also a trustee of AccessArt and chair of governors in a primary school