Valuing a broad, creative education
Offering high-quality opportunities
A key area where RSA Academies is distinctive from other academy sponsors is through creating inspiring learning opportunities between RSA Fellows and the students and teachers in the RSA Family of Academies.
We want to encourage more RSA Fellows to inspire our young people and share skills and life experiences, offering insights and networks that are otherwise unavailable to them. Fellows find that the joy of giving time and knowledge is met with time spent with fascinating and inspiring young people.
Find out about the full range of ways you could get involved with one of the RSA academies or projects or under the ‘About’ section. If you are particularly interested in supporting the Arts, Culture and Creativity Commitment, could you:
- Deliver a ‘careers in the classroom’ talk about working in a creativity industry
- Offer an idea for a creative project or workshop for schools
- Offer creative skills, resources, and networks to teachers and students
- Support an existing RSA Academies Arts, Culture and Creativity Commitment project such as Artsfest
Through these connections we want all students to have access to high-quality arts provision and opportunities to develop their creative capacities.
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We are particularly keen to hear from RSA Fellows and RDIs based in the West Midlands where our schools are based but the opportunity to engage with our schools is open to all who can support meaningful encounters and connections. Whilst we can’t pay RSA Fellows for their time, reasonable travel and other out of pocket expenses will be reimbursed.
If you are an RSA Fellow and are interested in finding out how you could get involved, let us know what you would be interested in doing and familiarise yourself with the joint RSA/RSA Academies safeguarding policy.
Read our booklet to find out more about some of our work with Fellows already.