the TDA along with the charity Childnet have created a new on-line resource for trainee teachers and NQT’s on the subject of e-safety. This is really important in view of the pitfalls of social media for the inexperienced teacher. Check out the on-line resource at http://www.childnet-int.org/kia/traineeteachers/
I have been contacted by Ms Aitken, the Head of Art at Prince Henry’s High School in Evesham about a maternity post that has come up there. If this is of interest to you look at the job spec at http://www.princehenrys.worcs.sch.uk/?p=1688 and contact Ms Aitken at email@example.com
the schools general website is www.princehenrys.worcs.sch.uk
just in case you didn’t get this message last week:-
contact Dane (pronounced “Dannie”) Marinkovic about a possible art post at Chace Terrace School. You can contact Dane at firstname.lastname@example.org
See the attachment for info about a post at Parkwood Academy in Sheffield. If you can relocate this might interest you.
Keep looking at this blog for job news and other information. Parkwood Aca yTeacher of Art advert
Those of you who aren’t in a teaching post this term might be interested in getting in touch with Dane (pron “Dannie”) Marinkovic at Chace Terrace Technology College in Staffs. Dane has a sickness cover post to fill in his Art Department. If this is of interest to you you can contact Dane at email@example.com
Could you comminicate with each other on this, there might be some peole who aren’t checking the Post-It blog but who could do with knowing about this opportunity.
let me know if you contact Dane about this post!
PC (sent through Jean’s blog)
Jean, Anita and I hope that the academic year has started well for you all. Don’t forget to use this blog as a way of keeping in touch with each other and us about your teaching. It is always going to be of interest to know what ideas you are exploring with your pupils and colleagues. If you aren’t teaching yet, keep an eye on the blog for interesting opportunities that you can take advantage of while you are looking for a post.
Check out the New Art Gallery Walsall website for information on the work that Bob and Roberta Smith has done in the Epstein Archive. here’s the link http://www.thenewartgallerywalsall.org.uk/whats-on/event/bob-and-roberta-smiths-epstein-archive-gallery-0
Bob and Roberta Smith’s work here has a lot of educational potential in terms of unlocking meaning in older art works.
Contact Emma Burill at Birmingham Museums and Art Galleries Collections Centre for information about the Teachers’ Forums that she is running. You can contact Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you remember the residencies that we mentioned that Angela Tombs is running at Wolverhampton Art Gallery? Contact Angela to find out what is happening with these this term. You can contact Angela at email@example.com
lastly, if you ahvn’t already joined the NSEAD, I recommend doing so asap! There’s always lots going on in their Newsletters, AD Magazine and iJADE Journal.
I’ll be in touch again soon, and it would be great to hear what you are up to as well.
PC (sent through Jean’s blog)
The NSEAD is a professional body for all Art and Design teachers, the organisation describes itself as follows: “The National Society for Education in Art and Design is the leading national authority concerned with art, craft and design across all phases of education in the United Kingdom. We offer, for a single subscription, the extensive benefits of membership of a professional association, a learned society and a trade union*.”
Have a look at the website by following the link www.nsead.org/ and find out how useful the NSEAD will be to you.
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