Why Artsmark?

Artsmark brings learning to life through arts and culture.

Benefits to students

  • build the confidence; resilience and drive that will help children grow into happy, articulate, successful young people
  • arts and culture unlock potential helping children and young people develop character and talent, knowledge and understanding
  • introduce the joys of creating and performing

Benefits to schools and education settings

  • Artsmark schools gain access to practical teaching resources as well as networks of the country’s leading cultural organisations, helping them develop and strengthen their arts provision
  • enrich, develop and strengthen your school’s arts and culture provision
  • celebrate your school’s strengths and help achieve ambitions for the future
  • provide evidence for how your school is meeting its spiritual, moral, social and cultural requirements for Ofsted
  • incorporate art and culture into every student’s life and learning, knowledge and understanding

 Find out more about how Artsmark works.

 

 

 

News

7 questions to explore before you leave primary school

A new collaboration between the Science Museum, TES and Arts Council England aims to bring creativity to the classroom.


Blog: Creative connections between art and science

Beth Hawkins from the Science Museum tells us why the '7 Questions' resources were developed.


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Cultural education gives children and young people the opportunity to develop their creativity, both individually and collectively, and that's why our goal is for every child and young person to have the opportunity to experience the richness of the arts.

Darren Henley
Chief Executive
Arts Council England

It's so important that children have the opportunity to learn and enjoy arts and culture from an early age. It develops their creativity, inspires future careers and enriches their childhoods.

Artsmark does fantastic work in school across the country, bringing high quality arts and culture into the classroom.

Matt Hancock
Minister of State for Digital and Culture
Department for Culture, Media and Sport