Newham Art Teacher's Network

The Newham Art Teachers Network, meet once a term, in one of our local secondary schools. The network is made up of mainly Newham Secondary Art teachers; however we are keen to open up the meeting to others, in particular to East London secondary schools.

The meetings are an opportunity to share good practice, discuss joint and local initiatives and update on issues affecting art and art education. Visiting speakers from art institutions and establishments are key to developing external links and partnerships.

For enquiries please contact Ashia Oozeer at [javascript protected email address]

Newham Primary Art Coordinators Network

The Newham Primary Art coordinators Network meet once a term. They usually meet in one of the schools and the sessions involve practical work of some kind as well as sharing of good practice, upcoming initiatives or opportunities and discussions about local and national issues for the subject.

This Network was originally specific to Newham but is open to anyone in East London who wishes to meet other professionals to exchange ideas and develop their practice.

For enquiries please contact Catherine McGill [javascript protected email address]

NSEAD South East Art and Design (SEAD)

NSEAD South East Art and Design meets once a term in a museum and gallery setting in London. This diverse group covers primary, secondary, further education and initial teacher education. The group shares good practice, and updates and debates on local and national issues concerning art craft and design education.

For further information please contact Ged Gast [javascript protected email address]

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South London Network of Artist Teachers (SLNAT)

The South London Network of Artist Teachers meets to share good practice and provide networking opportunities for teachers of art, craft and design across South London, to include Bromley, Beckenham, Lewisham and Greenwich. The group aims to meet once a term and more information is available from Amanda Richards [javascript protected email address]