Across the year, through learning resources, photography sessions and workshops, the Tate Year 3 Project has provided rich opportunities for London’s primary schools to explore creativity in the classroom and the themes at the heart of the work - inclusion, identity and belonging.
The project now invites teachers to book for two free twilight teacher development events at Tate Britain, taking place after half term. Both events offer inspirational insight to fuel practice in the classroom and are a great opportunity to meet others and experience exclusive access to the gallery.
Thursday 20th June: Putting the Arts Centre Stage – Why Creativity Matters
Join Steve Moffitt, CEO of A New Direction, in conversation with Professor Bill Lucas, author of Teaching Creativity and authority on all things creative learning, and Andria Zafirakou, winner of the Global Teacher of the Year 2018.
Hear from these two inspiring speakers on the transformational impact of creativity in the classroom, and take away world-leading practice and practical insight for your school.
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Monday 8th July: ‘Where I’m Coming From’ – Inclusion and Identities
Join acclaimed writer, teacher and researcher Darren Chetty in conversation with Steve Moffitt, CEO at A New Direction, for this talk and Q&A focussed on the experience of BAME children in primary school.
Contributor to the best-selling book The Good Immigrant, Darren has published work on education, racism, children’s literature and hip-hop culture with nearly 20 years of experience in primary education. He teaches on the BA Education Studies course at UCL Institute of Education and offers powerful insight for immediate practice back in the classroom.
Places are limited to two per school and will book up fast - book now to ensure your place!