Temple Moor is celebrating the creative achievements of its children and young people!
Before the half-term break we joined the Festival of School and College Arts to celebrate the vital role of the arts in our schools and colleges around the country, and the fantastic work created by children and young people.
The event took place on Twitter using the hashtag #EduArtsFest – and filled the platform with the voices of children and young people playing music, performing drama, sharing artwork, poetry, singing, or dancing. Temple Moor have put together some amazing work by our extremely creative students. Watch video HERE
After over a year of despair and disruption, it’s great to get back to the creativity and joy which forms such an important part of education.
The Festival of School and College Arts is a joint initiative between ASCL and the Association of Colleges (AoC), Confederation of School Trusts (CST), the Independent Schools Council (ISC), National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), the NASUWT teachers’ union, National Education Union (NEU), the National Governance Association (NGA), and the Sixth Form Colleges Association (SFCA). The festival was also supported by the Cultural Learning Alliance which champions a right to arts and culture for every child.