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The Impacts of Artificial Intelligence on Creative Writing in Schools

The advent of Artificial Intelligence and ChatGPT could be the catalyst we need to change how we assess creative writing in schools. Professor Tom Dobson discusses the impact of Artificial Intelligence on the English curriculum, highlighting how secondary students’ creative writing skills could be impacted by Artificial Intelligence.

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Implementing a Whole School Approach to Teaching the Arts

Since 2010, there has been a 40% fall in GCSE Arts entries. Children need to be engaged in the arts from an earlier age to encourage uptake in the subjects. Race Leys Junior School explore the importance of arts education in the curriculum, sharing how they have implemented a whole school approach to teaching the arts.

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The Impact of the Artsmark Award on Schools

The teaching of the arts in schools poses numerous benefits to both pupils and schools alike. The Artsmark Award provides schools with the opportunity to embed culture and creativity in the curriculum. Charlotte Jones, the Curriculum Leader of the Creative Arts at Newminster Middle School shares how the Artsmark award has helped both staff and students take part in arts subjects across the school.

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Delivering Excellence in Teaching Arts: Implementing a Whole School Approach to the Arts

Many schools across in the UK have used the Arts Award Framework to ensure that their students are receiving a quality education in the arts. The Headteacher of St Bede’s & St Joseph’s Catholic College, Rebecca Voller discussed how the Arts Award has benefited their students and how they have staggered the awards across year groups.

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Delivering Excellence in Teaching Arts: The Impact of the Arts for Disadvantaged Children

At Pakeman Primary School the number of Pupil Premium students and those with English as an additional language is significantly higher than the national average. We heard from Headteacher Emma Bonnin about how they embedded the arts into their school day, with the aim of helping disadvantaged pupils with their academic and personal development.

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