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RSA Academies Newsletter March 2017

March 22, 2017 / Georgina Chatfield

Welcome to the March¬†newsletter from RSA Academies – in this edition we have news about the new commitments launched in the RSA schools – one on ‘arts, creativity and cultural education’ and one on the ‘world beyond school’. Find out about teaching tomorrow’s citizens and what citizenship education should comprise today. We also have lots […]

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SEND and the arts: a Creative Gathering

March 22, 2017 / Georgina Chatfield

This is a guest blog written by Marcello Enea Newman, Creative Learning and Development Intern, RSA. This blog also appears on the RSA website. On January 24th at Impact Hub Birmingham, artists, teachers, and fellows from across the West Midlands came together for an experiential workshop of non-verbal theatre and a facilitated discussion on the […]

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Join our team! We are recruiting for a Co-ordinator

March 13, 2017 / Georgina Chatfield

Circa ¬£24,924 per annum (commensurate with skills and experience)+ benefits 35 hours per week,with consideration given to part time hours of 25 hours a week or more, based in London WC2 An exciting opportunity has arisen in the RSA Academies Team for an experienced administrator. You will support the small RSA Academies team, with particular […]

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Happy, healthy schools: mental health update

March 10, 2017 / Georgina Chatfield

We are delighted to announce several new initiatives and ideas under development associated with tackling mental health problems given the increasing need for schools to be better informed and equipped to manage children’s and teachers’ own mental health. Earlier last month we heard that the Pears Foundation agreed to fund a new project, a comprehensive […]

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‘Arts and creativity’ and ‘world beyond school’ commitments

March 7, 2017 / Georgina Chatfield

As part of the evolving journey of RSA Academies and our relationship with our schools and the communities they serve, we have been exploring our ‘distinctiveness’ and asking, ‘what makes an RSA school?’ As a considered response to this we have created two school-wide ‘commitments’; one that relates to the arts, creativity and cultural education […]

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