The project aims to develop creative learning through the arts.
Attainment is improved through creativity.
Increase and improve arts experiences and opportunities in schools.
Address three national educational priorities: Improvement in Literacy, Numeracy and reducing the impact of disadvantage.
Support teachers and arts practitioners in developing their skills.
In the first year of this project, learners in years 5 and 6 worked with a graffiti artist to design and create a thematic mural in our school hall to commemorate the school's 25th anniversary.
In the second year, children in years 4 and 5 will be collaborating with a media and radio specialist to broadcast content created by themselves live on HJS Radio- the school's very own online radio station. Click here to listen to our latest broadcasts.
On the week of the 8th June 2020 Hendre Junior School have been lucky enough to have secured funding for another Lead Creative Schools Project. This project is more unique than before as we will completing this project over Google Classroom over the next four weeks. Miss White, Miss Sanders and Miss Baker are very excited about this new project.
They had their first meeting with the Lead Creative children on Wednesday. All of the children are very excited to get started!
We will be posting updates on here of how the project is coming along.