Susan Coles & Paul Carney Arts are delighted to announce an online CPD programme for national and international Primary schools for 2020/2021.
Each session can be purchased individually at £30 each or as a yearly CPD package for £240.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Bookings: https://tinyurl.com/y3g9v8xd
Recovering our Curriculum, Supporting our Learners Tues Sept 29th 4.30pm – 6.30pm
Using visual art education to support well-being in young people within a post covid curriculum model. A wide range of subject experts will provide ideas, approaches, techniques and practical solutions to bringing us all back together.
Speakers: Dr Penny Hay Artist, Educator, Artist, Educator, Reader and Research Fellow, Bath Spa University, Director of Research House of Imagination.
David Wearing: Head Teacher, Kelsall Primary ., Cheshire.
Paula Briggs (AccessArt) will introduce their new Drawable project & it’s rationale
Susan Coles – the recovery curriculum from a national and international perspective.
Creativity & Knowledge: a Harmony of Halves Tues Oct 13th 4.30pm – 6.30pm
Examining the importance of creativity in a knowledge-rich learning environment. How can we teach children to be more creative with the knowledge they gain? Planning and sequencing exciting, stimulating learning in visual art lessons that encompass both robust knowledge and personal creativity.
Speakers: Sue Cowley, author of 30 education books, national and internationally renowned, engaging and inspirational speaker.
Gemma Comber — Art subject lead will share her exciting best practice in the subject.
Susan Coles – The importance of creativity in a knowledge led learning environment.
Paul Carney – Plan & sequence creative lessons with robust subject knowledge
Leading the Primary Art Subject Effectively Tue 10th Nov 4.30pm – 6.30pm
Designed for subject leaders or aspiring subject leaders of art, craft, and design at Primary phase to facilitate greater confidence and understanding of the subject. Including auditing the art curriculum, managing resources, Ofsted expectations, planning and monitoring outcomes.
Speakers: Susan Coles – ‘what does it mean to be the art, craft & design coordinator?
Chris Howlett, North Tyneside Primary Art adviser and teacher for 30 years.
Cheryl Stanley, primary art subject lead, Welbeck Academy, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Paul Carney – Ofsted expectations and planning for a successful subject.
Sketchbooks in the Primary Phase Tues Jan 19th 2021 4.30pm – 6.30pm
Supporting the art curriculum with sketchbooks, understanding the rationale of recording the process in different ways and with an online practical session that you can use in the classroom the very next day.
Speakers: AccessArt how sketchbooks can extend and develop ideas and thinking.
Mandy Barrett Gomersal Primary School how and why sketchbooks are used in class.
Susan Coles zine making and why and how zines can work for your own young people.
Paul Carney sketchbooks & journals by leading artists & their range of purposes.Add to favorites