BAFTA Young Games Designer competition

The BAFTA YGD competition allows young people (10-14yrs or 15-18yrs) to explore the different areas of making a video game: Entries can be for the Game Making Award or the Game Concept Award.

Finalists will see their gaming idea turned into a reality, win prizes and meet with some of the biggest stars of the industry at an awards ceremony in London.

You can also nominate an inspirational leader for our YGD Mentor Award.

Lesson plans are available for teachers, after school clubs and code clubs.

The deadline for all entries is 17:00 on Wednesday 3 May, 2017.

For more information follow this link.

Art and Design Education, a guide for Governors and Trustees

NSEAD is delighted to launch Art and Design Education, a guide for Governors and Trustees created by the Society in partnership with Arts Council England and the National Governors’ Association.
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Little inventors, new ideas

Led by world famous artist and designer Dominic Wilcox, Little Inventors is a new organisation aiming to inspire children around the world to think up ingenious, interesting, bonkers or perfectly practical invention ideas with no limits.
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University of Leeds, Art Competition for GCSE students: Discover ARTiculation

Do your students love art? Would they speak with passion about their favourite piece of art? If so we would love to hear from you.
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NSEAD website brief, call for proposals

The National Society for Education in Art and Design is looking for an individual or agency that can provide the Society with a secure, simple to navigate, interactive and easy to update website.
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