Kala Sangam 11th April 2021

Schools

At this uncertain and stressful time, we at Kala Sangam want to know how best we can support teachers, students and schools. 

So, how can we help you?

Whether you want interactive workshops (delivered in person or online), to hire one of our spaces or help on your Artsmark journey – we want to know what’s right for you in the current circumstances. 

So, if you have any thoughts, ideas or just want to start a conversation with us please email: fay@kalasangam.org 

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Kala Sangam has an established history of developing and delivering arts and education projects and workshops in schools.

We work with a number of different artists and creative practitioners to create and deliver bespoke packages depending upon the requirements of your curriculum or the learning needs of your students. The learning opportunities we offer use innovative and inclusive artistic activities to explore your chosen themes, increase awareness of racial, cultural or social issues, or help your students to gain a greater understanding of different art forms.

Evidence shows that progressive artistic and cultural experiences that are rich in creativity will develop skills of problem solving, language, creative abilities and confidence in children and young people.

We have experience in working throughout Key Stages 1, 2, 3 and 4, and will tailor the teaching style and learning outcomes accordingly.

To find out more about bespoke arts, cultural or heritage education packages for your school, please contact Fay, Education and Outreach Officer at fay@kalasangam.org or call (01274) 303340.

Find out more about Creative Arts Workshops here

Find out more about our ‘In Britain Today’ Creative PSHE workshops here

Find out more about Arts Award here

Find out more about Schools Linking Network here

 

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