Bow Arts Education

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Bow Arts is London’s leading arts and creative learning provider.

For over 15 years, our schools programme has been taking world-class artists into schools across London to improve the lives and learning of children and young people. Our projects, workshops and training are proven to raise attainment, deliver on school improvement priorities and provide top quality learning experiences for you and your students.

These pages contain all our latest news and opportunities as well as loads of helpful tips and resources for anyone wanting to run an arts project in their school or setting. You can also find out all about our projects and packages, professional development opportunities and how to register with us as an education artist.

Have a look around, enjoy and get in touch.

Bow Arts broaden students’ horizons

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News and Opportunities

Nautical but nice

Last term, artist educator Ania Bas led a 10-week after school programme for Year 7 and 8 MAT students from George Green's School on the Isle of Dogs. 

Get creative with our PPA and Supply Cover package

Our PPA and Supply Cover package provides cover with professional artists for regular PPA time or one-off staff absence.

Projects and Packages

Primary

Primary

There are many ways in which Bow Arts works with Primary Schools to inspire and engage pupils and make learning accessible and fun for everyone from EYFS through to KS2 and staff.

Secondary

Secondary

We work with Secondary Schools to give young people the fantastic opportunity to learn from and be inspired by professional artists, develop key skills and knowledge and raise attainment. 

Education Professional Development & Training

Bow Arts provides bespoke inset and twilight sessions and training courses for primary and secondary teachers and support staff. All sessions are run by our team of experienced artist educators and are tailored to your professional development needs. Read More

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