Arts Education in a Multi-Cultural Society: AEMS

Anglesey

Event: Arts Education in a Multi-Cultural Society: AEMS

Anglesey

  Our A.E.M.S. course is an intensive three-day visual and performing arts courses aimed at years 3, 4, 5 and 6 and enables multi-cultural artists, teachers and pupils to come together in activities to celebrate and raise awareness of cultural diversity, creating lasting memories and beautiful pieces of work in the creative and performing arts. Schools are invited to explore A.E.M.S. collaboratively, in mixed groups (subject to guidance and current restrictions, schools may remain in their own teaching groups), through practical workshops – in recent years the courses have involved over 400 pupils and 16 schools.  

Desired Outcomes
  • To introduce a wide range of performing and visual arts techniques which differ from those undertaken at school.
  • To encourage students to mix safely with children and teachers from other schools.
  • To allow students to work imaginatively and creatively in collaborative contexts, generating, developing and communicating ideas.
  • To develop confidence.
  • To develop an awareness of Global Citizenship.
  • To share the experience with other pupils once back at school.
  • To challenge stereotypical views of different cultures.
  • To give teachers the opportunity to gain INSET while watching others engage their pupils.
Planning your visit

Schedule

Day 1
Morning Afternoon Evening
Travel to Centre

You may wish to visit one of our partner organisation en route – please ask our Booking Team about this!

From 12.00pm

Arrival at Centre and sort out dormitories
1.00pm

Lunch

2.00pm

Meet the Team: Introduction to the course tutors and the theme for your A.E.M.S. residential.

2.45pm – 4.45pm

Session 1 may include:

Indian Dance
Celtic Art
African Drumming
Brazilian Capoeira
Beatboxing
Storytelling
5.00pm

Evening Meal

6.30pm – 8.30pm

Session 2 may include:

Indian Dance
Celtic Art
African Drumming
Brazilian Capoeira
Beatboxing
Storytelling

8.30pm Students to own shared social area

9.00pm Students to own rooms

9.30pm Lights out and students checked by own teachers
Day 2
Morning Afternoon Evening
8.30am

Breakfast

9.30am

Session 3 may include:

Indian Dance
Celtic Art
African Drumming
Brazilian Capoeira
Beatboxing
Storytelling

11.00am - 11.30am

Break
12.30pm Lunch and shop / free time

1.30pm – 4.30pm

Session 4 may include:

Indian Dance
Celtic Art
African Drumming
Brazilian Capoeira
Beatboxing
Storytelling
5.00pm

Evening Meal

6.15pm – 8.45pm

Main Hall Ceilidh OR Session, depending on current guidance

8.45pm

Departure Instructions

9.00pm Students to own rooms

9.30pm Lights out and students checked by own teachers
Day 3
Morning Afternoon Evening
8.30am

Breakfast (Bags to Departure Point)

1.30pm – 4.30pm

Session 4 may include:

Indian Dance
Celtic Art
African Drumming
Brazilian Capoeira
Beatboxing
Storytelling

11.15am

All groups gather in Main Hall/Chapel to share and celebrate A.E.M.S.
12.00pm

Lunch

1.15pm

Groups Depart
Follow Up / Extension

Schools may wish to share their art/performance within their school community: you will be given a link to our carefully selected themed song which you can access as required.

Schools who complete their Arts Award Discover will be sent their certificates.
What's included:
  • 2 nights’ accommodation – please see table for an example
  • Full board basis
  • Activity sessions with clear learning outcomes to each session
  • Expert guidance from experienced arts education experts carefully selected by us 
Get in Touch

01248 714501

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Dates and Prices
23rd-25th Jan 2023 £212.00 + VAT per person 
6th-8th March 2023     £216.85 + VAT per person
8th-10th March 2023  £216.85 + VAT per person