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Funding: Wolfson Foundation Funding for secondary schools & sixth form colleges

The Wolfson Foundation’s Secondary Education Programme is primarily dedicated to supporting the teaching of A-Levels and GCSEs at high-achieving state-funded schools and sixth form colleges. The Foundation funds capital projects and in the past allocated approximately £1.75 million each year to new build, refurbishment or equipment projects related to the teaching of science, computer science, … Continue reading

Survey: Salisbury Museum – teacher survey

The Salisbury Museum has recently engaged heritage specialists Tricolor Associates to carry out an audience consultation, as part of building the case for National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) project funding. The consultants need the views of local teachers about how The Salisbury Museum could develop its educational offer, to ensure that it reflects the needs … Continue reading

Opportunity: Write on Art essay prize

Opportunity: Write on Art essay prize

This annual award has been set up to encourage an interest in art history amongst young people. Art UK and the Paul Mellon Centre hope that this award will underline the importance of the subject as an academic discipline as well as highlighting the broader value of sharing ideas about art through good writing. The institutions … Continue reading

Networking: GEM Education Skills Sharing Sessions

Group for Education in Museums (GEM)  are featuring Education Skills Sharing Sessions from museums and heritage education sectors on Twitter. These twice-weekly digital discussions on Twitter aim to connect education departments at museums and heritage sites across the globe with the GEM audience in a Q&A style format. Every Tuesday and Thursday from 15:00-17:00 GMT … Continue reading