Online bookings for the 2015 Into Film Festival are now open

This year’s Into Film Festival will take place from 4 – 20 November. The Festival is the world’s largest free film and education event for all schools and 5-19-year-olds, offering film as a valuable resource to support teachers and help bring learning to life, across all subject areas.

The Festival will open this year with an exclusive Pupil Premiere of He Named Me Malala, across 80 UK sites. Malala Yousafzai will take part in a special satellite-linked Q&A following the screenings, answering questions from UK pupils aged 11 – 19 up and down the country.

There are over 100 other film titles available in the extensive Festival programme and all are mapped against relevant subjects. Learning resources are also available to download: here.

Arts Award to launch 10th anniversary celebrations with Start Your Arts Award Day supporting BBC Arts Get Creative

Arts Award is launching its 10th birthday celebrations with Start Your Arts Award Day on 1 October, as part of BBC Arts Get Creative – a year-long celebration of British arts, culture and creativity. Arts Award, which is managed by Trinity College London in association with Arts Council England, has joined organisations nationwide to become a Get Creative Champion.
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Newman University, Birmingham are looking for two part time Visiting Lecturers

Newman University, Birmingham are looking for two part time Visiting Lecturers to work with us as required.
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GCSE art and design results and percentages 2015

This year a total of 194,637 candidates sat GCSE art and design subjects. Of these candidates 65,783 were male and 128,854 were female.
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GCE results 2015 show a continued decline in numbers taking art and design

GCE AS level (All UK)
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