Tracking Arts Learning and Engagement
Ark Helenswood is recognised nationally as a school that is at the forefront of arts education. At a crucial time for arts learning in the UK, we continue to recognise the arts as a vital part of our students’ learning and development.
We have been chosen to take part in a major national scheme which will track the effectiveness of arts education and the students’ learning and engagement over a three year period. The programme involves a partnership with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Tate modern and Nottingham University and we have been chosen to take part as a recognition of the high quality arts work that we deliver.
The most recent blog from our first TALE assessor in the school can be read at TALE Blog.
Thinking of teaching?
Are you a graduate or soon to graduate with a good honours degree?
The University of Sussex is proud to present a range of exciting routes into teaching for September 2015 in partnership with primary and secondary schools across the South East. School Direct and PGCE courses are offered across a range of phases and subjects, including Secondary Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Modern Foreign Languages, English, Music, Geography, Drama, History, Primary and Early Years.
You could be eligible to receive a tax free bursary of up to £25,000, or earn a salary while you train to teach.
To find out more, join us at our Autumn Information Event where you can meet university tutors and staff from partner schools.
Date: Tuesday 21st October
Time: 6 - 7.30pm
Location: Hove Park School, Nevill Road, Hove BN3 7BN
To book a place at this event, email email@example.com
For more information about courses, including additional subjects offered and applying, visit www.sussex.ac.uk/education/ite/meetus