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Explore

Arts Award Explore is designed for ages 7 and above. Young people are encouraged to take part in arts activities, learn about the work of artists and art organisations, create a piece of art work and share with others what they have enjoyed and achieved.

We are able to support Arts Award Explore through the following Key Stage 2 workshops:

Part A: Take part in a range of arts activities, including a personal response about what has inspired them about taking part.

Tudors Alive!
Best Will in the World
The Play’s The Thing
Getting to Know Will

Part B: Learn about the work of artists and craftspeople and arts organisations.

Rich Man, Poor Man
Tudors Alive!
Best Will in the World
The Play’s the Thing
Getting to Know Will

Part C: Create a piece of art work.

Best Will in the World
The Play’s the Thing

https://www.shakespeare.org.uk/education/schools/key-stage-2/plays-thing/

Part D: Share what they have enjoyed and/or achieved with others.

Best Will in the World
The Play’s the Thing

https://www.shakespeare.org.uk/education/schools/key-stage-2/plays-thing/

Please contact Sarah Fisher, Education Officer, on 01789 201848 or [email protected] to discuss how the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust can support your Arts Awards.

Arts Award and Shakespeare Week

Shakespeare Week is a national annual celebration giving primary school aged children opportunities for enriching and enjoyable early encounters with Shakespeare. Once you have registered for Shakespeare Week, the free resources can be used as an exciting and engaging way to deliver Arts Award at Discover and Explore level. We have created two downloadable activity mapping resources for you covering these levels. 

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