Plan, Prepare, Provide

Art Teachers Residential

The Plan, Prepare, Provide: Art Teachers Residential offers a unique opportunity for teachers and their schools to improve their delivery of both academic and practical art lessons. Now in its fourth year, this FREE two and a half day residential course at the University of Leeds provides critical advice, insight and experience from current art and art history teachers, academics and arts professionals.

Participating in the Art Teachers Residential enables teachers to:
engage with pro-active ways to develop your teaching and artistic practice
• build networks, and share ideas and experiences with peers
• improve delivery and results on the written element of the Art A Level
• develop new ideas for planning
integrate ideas from art by past and contemporary artists into art lessons with confidence

“The whole two and a half days was a brilliant experience, learning from others, pushing me out of my comfort zone and hugely building my confidence”

“I have never been on such powerful, effective and useful training. All of the sessions were completely relevant to me and my role as an FE teacher in art and design. I have been teaching for 22 years and I felt the sessions summed up, supported and presented new ideas of the very best practice. I have been encouraged to think about my practice in a fresh way”

“Wow! Inspiring sessions! I came away from this feeling energised and confident. I will be implementing all aspects learnt in my lessons. A huge thank you to everyone involved”

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Find out how your participation in Plan, Prepare, Provide: Art Teachers Residential can lead to a postgraduate qualification.
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See the full programme and photographs from 2019's Residential here.
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The Residential is free of charge (including all refreshments and accommodation, funded by the Association for Art History and supported by the University of Leeds). The Association for Art History are a charity and subject association who bring people together to share knowledge, inspire new thinking and advance research. Find out more at www.forarthistory.org.uk

*Applications for the 2020 Residential are not yet open, but you can express your interest by contacting Sarah Harvey Richardson S.H.Richardson@leeds.ac.uk*

We welcome applications from all levels of teachers, but please note the Residential’s programme focuses on the secondary curriculum and A Level exam specifications.

For any other queries please contact Sarah Harvey Richardson: S.H.Richardson@leeds.ac.uk

Please find the Art Teachers Residential Privacy Notice here.