Music & Arts | Posted 27.03.2015

Arts Award success

Arts Award inspires young people to develop their arts and leadership talents; it is  a qualification  which is managed and accredited by Trinity College  London, on behalf of Arts Council England (ACE).

Congratulations go to our successful Arts Award students who achieved their awards last week:

Bronze:

Beatrice Booth, Ana Wheeler, Eleanor Charles, Ines Gaglione, Celina Guzkowska, Dasha Kokolova, Mary McCullough, Hope Turner, Maria Golden and Kamsi Nkwokedi.

Silver:

Lucus Rumpf

Aitana Giebels

Good luck to all those students who are to have their moderation in June:

Bronze:   

Lucia Garcia, Tianna Algar,  Molly Gibson, Grace Booth and Amelia McGarvey.

Gold:

Zachary Aghaizu, Zofia Witowska, Raquel Ordonez, Messalina Morley and Francesca Paradiso.

With the support of our trained Arts Award advisors, Miss Anna Southward and Mrs Andrea Morrison, students at Stonyhurst have embraced all art forms to review, participate, research and develop leadership skills and to stretch and enhance their creative talents. Miss Southward said: “It really has been wonderful to see that each and every student has grown individually and independently in their understanding and abilities as an artist through this focus of study.”

Arts Award is a range of unique qualifications that supports anyone up to the age of 25 to develop as artists and arts leaders, inspiring them to connect with and take part in the wider arts world – from fashion to film-making, pottery to poetry.

Through Arts Award, young people gain a nationally recognised qualification enabling them to progress into further education and employment. Arts Award has five levels, four of which (Explore, Bronze [L1], Silver [L2], Gold [L3]) are accredited qualifications on the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF). Arts Award Discover is an introductory level.