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The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Conference 2024

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The Race at Work Conference 2024

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A Cross-Curricular Approach to the Delivery of STEM in Schools

Building opportunities for primary pupils to do STEM activities enriches the curriculum and develops children's skills. Mathew Howells, STEM Coordinator at Ysgol Y Graig Community Primary School discusses how a cross curricular approach to STEM has helped embed the subjects and engage students across the school in STEM activities.

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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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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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Using the Arts to Support Disadvantaged Children

Pakeman Primary School in London accommodates for SEND pupils and pupils with English as a second language. They have used the arts to implement a ‘creative curriculum’. This case study explores how this new curriculum has supported pupils with their additional needs.

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