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Pupils are to be taught more key facts and historical events at school in a new knowledge based curriculum, expected to be unveiled by Education Secretary Michael Gove.
Ten new regional partnerships between museums and schools have been announced by the Arts Council, in a scheme that aims to boost cultural visits from schools in underprivileged areas.
Andrew Lloyd Webber has become the latest well-known cultural figure to voice concerns about the government’s policy on arts education, saying it should be regarded as 'serious investment'.
Curious Minds, one of the new Bridge organisations, funded by the Arts Council to connect children with the arts, has just produced a report into the needs, challenges and potential in connecting young people, schools and communities with arts and culture.
New research showed this week that nearly a third of schoolchildren under 13 do not know who William Shakespeare is.
Integrating the arts into mainstream pre-school education can help young children from difficult or disadvantaged backgrounds master tricky emotions like sadness, anger and fear
Following the announcement of proposals to replace the current GCSE system with the EBacc, we round up some of the responses to the news so far.
Jeremy Newton, CEO of Children & the Arts, urges head teachers to spend part of the pupil premium on the arts to tackle the inequality that too many young people face.
Jeremy Newton, CEO of Children & the Arts, gives his take on the proposed changes to the GCSE exam system unveiled by Education Secretary Michael Gove.
The number of young children choosing to read outside school is declining steadily, year on year, according to new research
Regular opportunities to get involved in the arts could be beneficial not only to children's minds but also their bodies, according to a new study.
As the Paralympic Games get underway, many disability art organisations and artists are hoping that London 2012 will help raise the profile of their work and challenge existing ideas around disability arts.