AccessArt is an Arts Award Supporter

AccessArt supports all levels of Arts Award.

Pls choose your level and find out more about how we can help you.

 

 

AccessArt is an Arts Award Supporter

As an organisation, AccessArt has a strong presence in the Cambridgeshire area where we lead physical workshops, but we also have a very substantial national and global following benefitting from our unique collection of online resources.

Many of the benefits of AccessArt are delivered digitally (via our website), which means that Arts Award students can benefit wherever they may live. This is of particular value to those who are more isolated (geographically, socially or financially).

In essence, we are a very flexible, proactive organisation, with unqiue skills and offerings, so please contact us to discuss any ideas you may have, or to be fed with ideas by AccessArt, and let’s see where we can take your Arts Award students! 

Introductory award which is not a formal qualification.
Introductory award which is not a formal qualification.

 

Arts Award Explore is found in primary schools and children’s arts projects. It’s also offered to children with special needs and young people facing challenges.
Arts Award Explore is found in primary schools and children’s arts projects. It’s also offered to children with special needs and young people facing challenges.

 

Bronze is currently the most popular award, with nearly 20,000 young people
achieving it every year. It’s often run with whole classes at Key Stage 3 in schools, and widely offered in arts organisations, youth projects and youth justice programmes.
Bronze is currently the most popular award, with nearly 20,000 young people achieving it every year. It’s often run with whole classes at Key Stage 3 in schools, and widely offered in arts organisations, youth projects and youth justice programmes.

 

Silver is a step up, and expects young people to take more responsibility
for their progress.
Silver is a step up, and expects young people to take more responsibility for their progress.

 

Gold treats the young person as
a ‘young creative’ and expects
experimentation, opinions and an
arts project.
Gold treats the young person as a ‘young creative’ and expects experimentation, opinions and an arts project.