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Autumn Term Teacher Preview: Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019

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The William Morris Gallery

Lloyd Park

Forest Road

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E17 4PP

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Find out about the exciting LBoC events planned for this term , this year's new Arts CPD programme and network over a glass of wine

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Educators, artists and arts organisation are warmly invited to this networking event.

Projects to be discussed include Grandad's Island : Page to Pavement, the Bauhaus exhibition at the Gallery, Punch Drunk’s A Small Tale highly imaginative creative writing project, London College of Fashion’s new London Curriculum unit launch exclusive to Waltham Forest, last call for Arts Mark grants, a special Arts Award for Waltham Forest and the launch of a year’s free CPD programme on the arts for Waltham Forest schools as part of our Cultural Education Partnership.

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4.-4.30 Arrivals/tea

4.30-4.35 Intro & Upcoming Projects Review of year : Grandpa’s Island – (EY/KS1) how to participate; Bauhaus Exhibition: design project for KS4/5 with Blackhorse Workshop. Sharon Trotter, LBoC Education Partnerships Manager.

4.40-4.50 Bespoke Waltham Forest Arts Award How to deliver Discover in schools without being an adviser. Possibility of offering Bronze AA? Arts Award Adviser Maddy Fogelman KS1/2

4.50 -500 LBoC’s Creative Challenge to Young People. What does culture mean to you?’ BYC Assemblies film and survey- ‘What kind of World do you want to live in? Competition and Citizenship/PSHE resources/Campaigning resources. Olu Adesanu LBoC; Sarah Vallois WMG. KS3-5

5.00-5.10 A Resource from Art Night’s project with Mission School & INIVA ‘Let’s Talk About Values’ Emotional Learning cards Inspired by artist Shiraz Bayjoo's work with pupils ‘Take Courage’ Susan Ibreck, INIVA Creative Learning Manager

5.10-5.20 CPD introduction:A year’s programme of subject specialist training and networking for the arts provided through the CEP Sharon Trotter

5-20-5.530pm Punch Drunk Theatre Company's A Small Tale: an imaginative creative writing project to for KS2

5. 30-5.35pm Messy Hare: A LBWF-based theatre company developing drama skills through the curriculum with free workshop offer. Ellen Harvard Ks2

5.45-5.55pm London College of Fashion’s Innovation Challenge: Buxton school present their winning project KS3

5.35-5.45pm LCF ’new ‘Fashion Unit Developed for the Mayor’s London Curriculum to be launched for first use by Waltham Forest Schools Jessica Saunders LCF KS3/4

5.55-6.10pm Arts Mark: How this quality arts kite mark can benefit your school and how to access £500 grant. Chloe Randall, A New Direction. All ages

6.10-6.15pm Round up and shout outs e.g Suntrap, Royal Court Theatre, Creative Pathways careers events for young people 16+

6.15-6.30pm Carousel/ market place: Presenters at ‘stations ‘ to chat & answer queries

6.15-7.00pm Madge Gill exhibition open downstairs

6-30 -7pm Arts Mark Individual consultations available Chloe Randal, AND

6.30-7.00pm Networking & wine

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