Case studies from centres who have delivered Bronze
Ancient House, Museum of Thetford Life is a local museum housed in a late 15th Century timber framed building, exhibiting collections related to the history of Thetford and the Brecks. Arts Award is delivered across a range of programmes within the museum. This Bronze case study focuses on their work with two Young ‘Thetford Treasures’ volunteers aged 18 and 19.
Bronze Award at Longfield Academy* is delivered in an ICT rich learning environment where each student can access an iPad and a range of media. Bronze Shakespeare Challenge has been integrated into the Year 9 curriculum.
East Norwich Youth Project (ENYP) provide a range of activities for young people. They identified Arts Award as a way of getting volunteers at their more creative clubs a nationally recognised qualification as a reward for their hard work and commitment.
Looking for a case study in a particular type of setting, such as a school, arts and cultural organisation? Then take a look at the In your setting pages. If you would like to share your Bronze Arts Award story, please complete our delivery questionnaire
Take a look at what young people have done at Bronze:
Saul's Arts Award story, who cannot write and has limited speech, evidenced his Bronze journey through the creation of a video diary.
Rizwana completed her Bronze Award at Hodge Hill Girls School in fashion and textiles, attending fashion workshops, a fashion show and passed on her skills in embroidery and knitting.
Arts Award Voice
To find out what other young people are doing for their Bronze Arts Award, take a look at Arts Award Voice, our online magazine for young people aged 13 to 25. To see a Bronze story, click on the plus sign to use the filter tool: http://www.artsawardvoice.com/magazine/articles/case-studies
The young people you’re working with can celebrate their Arts Award stories by posting them on Arts Award Voice
To get started with Arts Award, you or someone at your organisation needs to train as an Arts Award adviser by attending a Bronze & Silver adviser training course. Advisers support each young person and assess their progress. Find out more at www.artsaward.org.uk/training