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Plan, Prepare, Provide: Art Teachers Residential

  • 21 Jul 2020

The Paul Mellon Centre is pleased to announce that it will be supporting the next three years of the Plan, Prepare, Provide teacher residential course.

Plan, Prepare, Provide: Art Teachers Residential offers a unique opportunity for teachers and their schools to improve their delivery of both academic and practical art lessons and to build upon their art historical knowledge.

Over the last four years Plan, Prepare, Provide has supported over 100 teachers who have collectively reached in excess of 30,000 students to date. The support of the Centre will go towards helping the course fulfil their ambition of reaching 140,000 students by 2023.

The residential is designed to support teachers across a range of areas, including:
• engaging with proactive ways to develop both teaching and artistic practice
• building networks, and sharing ideas and experiences with peers
• improving delivery and results on the written element of the examinations
• integrating ideas from art by past and contemporary artists into art lessons with confidence

 

Plan, Prepare, Provide is a cornerstone of the partnership between the Association for Art History and the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds and is open to qualified teachers from secondary or sixth form schools or colleges.

Further information about the course, how to enrol and testimonials from Plan, Prepare, Provide alumni can be found on the University of Leeds website here: https://artsoutreach.leeds.ac.uk/art-teachers-residential/