This 30-minute session will include a make along creative workshop exploring symmetry and discuss how primary teachers can provide practical, easy-to-implement strategies and activities for the classroom.
For this session, NSEAD’s Primary Expert panel will be joined by experienced primary teacher and author, Adele Darlington.
Adele Darlington has been a primary school teacher for over 20 years. She has vast experience in Key Stage 1 and Early Years but has also taught in all year groups. Her role as an art SLE (specialist leader) sees her support other schools with their art curriculum, environment and lesson delivery. Adele also delivers the art and design element of ITT courses and speaks at conferences on the subject too. She is extremely passionate about encouraging children to follow their dreams and believes they all deserve a high-quality, varied art education. Adele has written for Teach Primary magazine and has been a freelance resource creator for the BBC, Premier League and Penguin.
This 30-minute session will include a make along creative workshop and discuss how primary teachers can provide practical, easy-to-implement strategies and activities for the classroom. Adele is passionate about sharing best practice and will share more details on her recently published book 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Art
This session is free to both NSEAD members and non-members on our NSEAD Primary Art Facebook group.
Materials you will need for the practical make along:
Paper, a ruler, a pencil, blue and silver pens if they have them and silver sequins (not essential but a nice addition!)
More about the Primary Art: Ask NSEAD Facebook group
The group is exclusively for anyone working as primary teachers or anyone hoping to train to be a primary teacher, art and design subject leaders and initial teacher trainers. You can share information, ask questions, explore ideas, and participate in discussions.
The group is managed by the NSEAD specialist primary panel who are available weekdays to provide support and feedback.
The Facebook Live sessions are hosted by our primary specialists, trusted partner organisations and our trade union advisors, so that you can be assured the advice and guidance given is based on best-practice and peer-reviewed research.
Join the group here
Date: Thursday 12th January
Time: 6pm = 6:30pm