For schools, young people, families and communities

Guidance Notes for Arts Advisers: War Horse Arts Award Log Books

Please ensure you read this information before starting to use your War Horse Arts Award Log Book.

We hope your students will gain a great deal from their participation in Arts Award and that you will find the log book a useful way of collating their responses to the arts activities they take part in.

In order for us to get a clear understanding of numbers who take part in the War Horse Arts Award Explore and Bronze, when you book a moderation date via the Arts Award adviser portal please add in the code ‘WAR HORSE’ to the contextual information section*.

We also hope that the partnership between The Lowry, Tameside Council, National Theatre Learning and Trinity will be a model that other organisations can use to enable closer partnership working across the UK. Why not start now and talk to your local arts venue about what projects or group rates may be available to your students?

If you are new to Arts Award and want to find out more about how you can become an Arts Award adviser or if you’re interested in your venue becoming an Arts Award Welcome Supporter please visit www.artsaward.org.uk

Find out more about how you can use Arts Award to help your school and Artsmark www.artsaward.org.uk

If you are interested in finding out more about how this partnership has developed, please contact the North West Regional Bridge organisation Curious Minds or talk to the Arts Council Bridging Organisation in your region to see how you can develop your own partnership project www.curiousminds.org.uk

*Please note that, as part of the profiling of this partnership, if you use the code above, your work may be shared with National Theatre Learning for use on their website or in marketing materials.