We have an excellent track record in delivering educational workshops both in school and out. Increasingly our educational work combines art techniques with learning about other subjects relating to heritage and environment.

Most recently, we partnered with Devon Wildlife Trust to work with children from eight primary schools on a project called Community Trails. Have a look at the trailer below and get in touch with Caroline - caroline@beaford.org - if you’d like to find out more.
 

The children have learnt a lot of new art techniques which they’re putting into practice. It’s impacted on their work in geography, literacy and history and working within our local community.
— Rob Norton, High Bickington Primary School

Artsmark

Beaford Arts supports schools working towards Artsmark.

Artsmark Quality Principles are:

Striving for excellence and innovation
Being authentic
Being exciting, inspiring and engaging
Ensuring a positive and inclusive experience
Actively involving children and young people
Enabling personal progression
Developing belonging and ownership

Working with us through our Archive, Events and Education programmes evidences some of these principals that can form part of your case study towards artsmark.

To find out how we can support your Artsmark journey get in touch: caroline@beaford.org

Arts Award

Beaford Arts is an Arts Award supporter organisation and Arts Award Centre. We have trained advisors who can deliver and assess Arts Award in your setting. We can offer children and young people opportunities to achieve certification in Discover, Explore, Bronze, Silver or Gold level Arts Award, accredited through Trinity College London.

Here is a film about Arts Award that we were involved in featuring our Education Leader Caroline Preston and some of our Explore and Gold students: