Our Schools and Colleges programme uses film, visual arts and theatre to enrich students’ learning.
HOME’s Schools and Colleges program uses film, visual arts and theatre to enrich students’ learning.
Events at HOME are aimed at the 14 – 19 age group studying GCSE, AS, A2, T-Level and equivalent qualifications. HOME also supports local organisations across the region to engage with younger years projects. Subjects covered include (but are not limited to):
- Drama, English and Theatre Studies
- Film and Media
- Modern Foreign Languages
- Visual Arts
Manchester Schools Linking Programme
Schools Linking is a national programme led by The Linking Network and backed by the DfE, DLUHC and Pears Foundation. It is rooted in research into what works in building confidence in contact in children and has been running since 2001. Originating in Bradford, it now takes place in 29 local authorities across the country.
This is the first year a Linking Project has been run in Greater Manchester and HOME and Manchester City Council are excited to work with The Linking Network to facilitate an enriching, exciting and important journey for schools and young people.
This project is currently being run for Year 4 pupils. Each participating Year 4 class is linked with a class from another school, creating a curriculum-rich link between schools across the district.
This process supports achievement, wellbeing and, most importantly, builds trust/ empathy between pupils from different schools. It is designed to be manageable for teachers, who are invited to attend two CPD days throughout the academic year, and impactful, thoughtful, and enjoyable for children.
The programme also involves fully funded artist-led workshops delivered by HOME’s Creative Development team. Please contact Saffron Rain for more information: email@example.com
Artsmark and Arts Award
Artsmark is the creative quality standard for schools, accredited by Arts Council England.
Arts Award inspires young people to grow their arts and leadership talents: it’s creative, valuable and accessible.
As a registered Artsmark Partner and an Arts Award Supporter we can support your school on your Artsmark journey and your students achieve their Arts Award through our Study Days, Shows, Screenings, Exhibitions and Events.
We can also arrange free tours and signpost project work which offers Secondary Schools and FE colleges the opportunity create original art.
We have partnered with other cultural organisations and educators across Manchester to run participation projects and create free resources. These are made in collaboration and consultation with local teachers to help deliver a creative curriculum, and inspire new ways to learn and understand.
We have a Schools and Colleges programme for 14-19 year olds who are studying Modern Foreign Languages and Film and Media. We also screen foreign language films throughout the year.
Scroll down to find out about our shows and events suitable for Art, Drama, Theatre Studies, Dance and English at all levels, from Primary school through to GCSE and College-level.
Please check the age recommendation before booking.
For any schools enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org