10th November 2015
1.30pm – 3.45pm
FREE for InspirED schools
£45 per teacher for Non InspirED schools
Held at Great Bow Wharf, Langport, Somerset, TA10 9PN
For All those who have attended The Role of the Primary Art Coordinator training or The Role of the Creative Leader
Suitable for Key Stages 1 & 2
Led by SPAEDA associate consultant Fiona Godfrey, these network meetings are a chance to refresh and review your practice as an arts subject coordinator or creative leader. We will share ideas, celebrate successes, support each other challenges and hear latest news about the arts in schools.
Network meeting are open to all those who have attended the following training with SPAEDA The Role of the Primary Art Coordinator training or The Role of the Creative Leader. Refreshments are provided. This network is based on the theme of architecture and 3D art.
The meeting will include:
– Sharing news and updates
– Ideas for curriculum projects on the theme of architecture and 3D art (please come prepared to talk about any ideas and experiences on this theme)
– A short practical activity
To BOOK YOUR PLACE contact us on 01458 254262 or visit us at our office: SPAEDA, Great Bow Wharf, Langport, Somerset, TA10 9PN.
Find out more on our website
Fiona Godfrey has been a freelance consultant in the cultural and education sectors for over fifteen years. Fiona trained as a primary teacher and taught in schools in London and Bath before studying for an MA in Art Education at UCE in Birmingham. She then worked in gallery education for several years before setting up her freelance arts and education consultancy business in 1999. Clients have included the Clore Duffield Foundation, NESTA, engage (the national association for gallery education), QCA, the Arts Council Collection, the Southbank Centre and SPAEDA (Somerset Partnership Arts Education Agency). Alongside Fiona’s freelance work, she also worked for six years as adviser / inspector for the visual arts (primary phase) for Hampshire County Council.