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Artsmark Silver Award
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We are delighted that we have been awarded the Silver Artsmark from the Arts Council. This is a prestigious award which reflects the work we have been doing over the past two years.

We submitted a Statement of Commitment and a Case Study/Statement of Impact to the Arts Council which were assessed.

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The following comments were made about our submissions:

You have made a good start to your Artsmark journey by upskilling staff and linking the Arts with other subjects such as Writing, History, Geography and PSHE. Your focus on artworks and religious beliefs is giving your pupils authentic opportunities to be exposed to a range of artworks. Art is noted a strength and is being taught by a specialist teacher who has introduced skills progression in art to monitor the progress being made. You have demonstrated that consistent arts and cultural experiences have been developed for your pupils such as the Lunch Time Club led by a local author, Ute Sproulle who runs a creative writing and reading club. You have ensured that all your pupils have opportunities to listen to live music. Congratulations on your Artsmark Silver Award!

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Our next steps:

To make further progress in your Artsmark journey, you could develop pupil voice by involving them in planning and delivering authentic arts and cultural experiences. Building on your work of upskilling your staff, you might also want to explore opportunities to work in partnership with arts and cultural organisations and professionals to further develop your staff’s knowledge, skills and understanding of delivering high quality arts and cultural provision which could have positive impact on not only your staff but, also on outcome for your pupils.

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Please do look at our Events page for regular updates about the exciting things happening at Petersfield. Some of the activities we are most proud of include:

  • Appointing a curriculum champion, Ms Kate Catchpole
  • Upskilling staff and using subject specialists, eg Mrs Williams, art specialist
  • Developing our curriculum to ensure there are more opportunities for the arts for all pupils, eg drama workshops from Divergent Drama, music tuition from Rock Steady (children play a different instruments in a band, e.g. electric guitar, drums, keyboard)
  • Using pupil and parent voice to inform decisions
  • Having a wider choice of extra-curricular opportunities, e.g. sewing club with Mrs Bonfield, knitting for the Lent Challenge and dance club with Sharon Glasgow

Latest News

3rd Aug - A toolkit of resources to help parents prepare for a return to school and the latest science magazine have now been added to the Covid page.

22nd July - Whilst school is closed for the summer, please visit the 'Covid-19' page under the 'Classes' drop down menu for resources to support safety, well-being and learning.

22nd July - Tonight, school closes to pupils, parents and visitors as the 19-20 academic year is finished. School will be shut for building work for the entire summer. Should you need to contact us, please do so via the office email, from 3rd September. Happy Summer!

22nd July - Good luck! Well done! Best Wishes to the amazing Mrs Williams, who is retiring this term, and our wonderful year 6 pupils who leave for pastures new today. We are so proud of you all.

21st July - Thank you to Rev. Felicity and our year 6 Leavers - we really enjoyed the Leavers' Assembly today.

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