In-School mentoring is tailored to the specific needs of your school and there is no limit to the range of curriculum areas you may choose to target.
Some examples of how The Arts Team can work for you in your school follow below.
Curriculum Support - dance, drama, music, visual arts, media arts and cultural arts
Building skills and sharing ideas with teachers to assist in planning a quality arts program
Page to Stage
A comprehensive program taking schools through the whole production process of staging a musical from initial brainstorm to polished performance
Working with school choirs to develop vocal skills and technique through harmony, score-reading, arranging voices and staging
Boys and the Arts
Programs in dance, music, drama and visual arts specially geared to attracting boys and developing their skills in a supportive, lively atmosphere
Film and Media
Learning new and innovative ways to incorporate film across all KLA’s as an authentic learning strategy to engage students in a creative way
Performance and Production
Maximising the impact and quality of your school production through an understanding of roles, planning, storyboarding, audio requirements, staging, costuming and props.
Early Years and the Arts
Utilising early learning principles and arts pedagogy to make connections across all KLA’s with a focus on numeracy and literacy
Upskill your classroom strategies and become a more effective teacher of literacy.
Develop basic skills in the arts so that you can bring a greater range of strategies to enhance student learning in literacy.
Learn how to make narratives come alive with easy, fun-filled strategies.
Arts strategies ensure that students are exploring text in a deeper, more meaningful way, and experimenting with language for specific purposes.
Help your students become numerate through creative strategies.
Develop arts skills that target basic operations, patterns and numbers, sequencing, probability and problem solving.
Tackle real world problem solving through investigation and hands on approaches to discovery.