Together! 2012 CIC offers a range of services for schools and youth organisations which we are currently delivering online. This includes services for schools participating in Arts Council England’s Artsmark scheme — we are an Artsmark Partner and we have ensured that our services match the Artsmark Criteria and Quality Principles. All of our services are suitable for inclusive and mixed ability groups, and can also be delivered in SEN settings. Staff and families can benefit further from attending our free exhibitions, events and screening programmes, and where relevant our free Clubs programme for Disabled adults and young people.
- Inclusion Confidence Training for staff and volunteers, enabling them to feel confident about including young people and adults on equal terms from across the Equality Act 2010’s ‘protected characteristics’ groups. This training can also be delivered to young people. We combine key elements of our training services and make them relevant to your school, organisation or youth group.
- Arts Awards Together! 2012 CIC is an Arts Award Centre and can provide you with a trained Assessor. We can also deliver the Arts Award programme directly to you. We currently deliver the Arts Award programme to children and young people participating in our Join in from Home programme.
- Equalities Curriculum Content We can support you to create and deliver arts activities celebrating Disability History Month, and disability-specific arts activities for International Women’s Day and Black History Month. Appropriate outputs can be exhibited within our own Disability History Month Festival programme – no fees apply for the exhibition opportunities.
- Showcase Opportunities If your work is produced by Disabled young people or inclusive groups, we can provide showcase opportunities in our exhibitions and screenings programme, including the annual international Together! Disability Film Festival. (No fees apply for this opportunity.)
- Disabled Artists for Workshops & Residencies We can supply a wide range of mid-career Disabled artists to lead workshops and undertake residencies, bringing with them all of the benefits of positive role modelling. This work is currently being carried out online.
For more information, including to discuss how these activities can be delivered to fit with your National Curriculum, Ofsted, Continuing Professional Development and other needs, please contact Together! 2012 Business Director Robin Surgeoner MBE firstname.lastname@example.org