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BAS Secondary Art Teacher Network - April

Birmingham Arts School
Wednesday 10th April 2024
16:00 - 18:00


Teacher Networks

Birmingham Arts School leads in four teacher networks: one for primary and three for secondary schools. These networks provide valuable opportunities to connect with like-minded individuals, share best practices, and discover new ways of engaging with students in your own schools. We encourage teachers to attend these sessions to explore innovative teaching methods, advocate for excellent arts education, and have a dedicated space to discuss challenges and opportunities within their own schools.

Secondary Art Network

Taking place across the city, these events are conducted by arts professionals who possess a keen understanding of curriculum needs and can support teachers in developing their arts practice. Similar to Primary Artslink events, there will also be opportunities to explore partnerships with arts organisations and artists, as well as opportunities to contribute to BAS's CPD program.

Our Secondary Art Network is run by Jo Baptiste, Director of Arts and Community Arts at Bishop Challoner School. Sessions will take place between 4pm-6pm at Challoner House, 21 Institute Road, Kings Heath, B14 7EG.

The next session will take place on Wednesday 10th April.


Who is this course for:

This workshop is ideal for For Secondary School Art Teachers

Course Duration:

2 Hour session




Wed 10th Apr 2024


Challoner House, 21 Institute Road, Kings Heath, B14 7EG.

Registration Closed

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