Teachmeet: Pupil Wellbeing Through Creativity and Cultural Education

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Event details

Event date: 
12 June 2019
Time: 
16:30 - 18:30
Event duration: 
2 hours
Type of event: 
Other
Target audience and any restrictions: 
This event is suitable for teachers and teaching assistants working in London schools, from all disciplines and Key Stages, with an interest in creative learning and pupil wellbeing. Cultural organisations with an interest and experience in supporting schools with pupil wellbeing are also welcome.
Suitability: 
Over 18s only
Access for wheelchair users: 
Yes
Venue name: 
Paddington Central
4 Kingdom Street
W2 6AE

Booking

Concession : 
0
Full: 
0
Ticketing information: 
Booking via Eventrbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/teachmeet-pupil-wellbeing-through-creativity-and-cultural-education-tickets-57978561438
Ticket availability: 
Limited places
Email address to reserve a place: 
Please book via eventbrite, see above

About the event

Join us for an inspiring twilight event, bringing together experts from across the fields of student wellbeing and cultural engagement to share experiences and offer new opportunities. Book via Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/teachmeet-pupil-wellbeing-through-creativ...

Join A New Direction’s Advocates for a teacher-led event exploring how creative learning and cultural education can support pupil wellbeing in all school phases. Taking part during Creativity and Wellbeing Week, this teachmeet is delivered by A New Direction Advocates from Westminster Children's University and Lauriston Primary School, and will provide access to a range of specialist advice and facilitators.

Refreshments will be provided. This venue is fully accessible.

If you are interested in speaking at this event (all presentations must be no longer than 7 minutes, and slides/handouts are optional), please contact laura.fuller@anewdirection.org.uk as soon as possible. We are particularly keen to hear from speakers meeting one of the following criteria:

  • Speakers from schools that have an established and highly successful approach to pupil wellbeing

  • Speakers from arts/ cultural organisations that have an interest/ experience in pupil wellbeing

  • Speakers from Artsmark Partner organisations or Platinum Artsmark Schools on how Artsmark/Arts Award can support wellbeing programmes and approaches in schools.

This event is suitable for teachers and teaching assistants working in London schools, from all disciplines and Key Stages, with an interest in creative learning and pupil wellbeing. Cultural organisations with an interest and experience in supporting schools with pupil wellbeing are also welcome.

Organiser

A New Direction
Laura Fuller
020 7608 2132
schools@anewdirection.org.uk

Location

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