Make More than Memories – The Footprint Project (Primary School)
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Make More Than Memories is a schools engagement programme linked to the Sefton Coastal Path that will work with schools and communities across Sefton.  It will be delivered by Emma Bush of Create the Change in partnership with The Atkinson and is part of a larger programme of creative activities called The Footprint Project, funded by The Sefton Coast Landscape Partnership. As part of this project participants will engage in a range of land based art experiences along different sections of the Sefton coastline.

This is a FREE project for all schools. Places are limited.

Register your interest now!  Download the  Make More than Memories – Booking Form

The day will consist of:
A.M –  In The Atkinson exploring the collection & the ‘Walk On’ Exhibition

P.M – Free Primary Artist led Workshops- a half day workshop on the Sefton Coast for a class (if you are more than one from entry please state how many pupils in each year group) from each participating Sefton school. Creating ephemeral art within the landscape, exploring the natural elements found in the landscape.

Scheme of work is linked to the new National Curriculum for Art & Design -KS 1, 2, 3 and 4 linked to ephemeral, land based and walking art. Photos of the completed art work will be featured in the end-of-year presentation at The Atkinson

Emma Bush will deliver the CPD and Workshops, she  is a qualified Secondary Art and Design Teacher, and worked as the Creative and Cultural Learning Manger in Education at Knowsley MBC for 9 years. Emma set up Create the Change in 2011 and has since been delivering creative support and services to schools, museums and galleries, Curious Minds (the Bridge organisation for the North West) and Edge Hill and Hope University Education Faculties, as well working as a practising Artist.

Contact Details: Email: emma.bush@createthechange.co.uk             Mob: 07958 221200

This CPD event is also available for Secondary Schools on 8 September.

 

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