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Enjoy is pleased to bring this new program of virtual CPD utilising Zoom for Autumn 2020, in partnership with Lowestoft Rising LCEP, to ensure art and culture remain central to the Recovery Curriculum

For more details and to book a place email

New teacher CPD for Autumn 2020


Join Anna Lidzey from the Apricot Centre Wellbeing Service for an in-depth session exploring simple art based activities for use in the classroom that can help combat pupil stress and anxiety, and assist with re-establishing
relationships back in the classroom. Sessions are suitable for teaching staff and mental health leads, and will include a free digital information pack with links to further resources and activities for use in the classroom.
We will also be joined by Sheila Ceccarelli from AccessArts for the first two sessions.
These sessions are available with limited spaces which must be booked in advance
Tuesday 22th September, 16:00-17:15 Art Therapy Classroom tools: suitable for Secondary teaching staff (in partnership with NUA)
Tuesday 29th September, 16:00-17:15 Art Therapy Classroom tools: suitable for Primary teaching staff
Thursday 1st October, 16:00-17:15 Art Therapy Classroom tools: Suitable for Primary teaching staff
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7th October, 16:00-17:00: Time and Tide’s Digital History Resources : suitable for Primary teaching staff
Join Clare and the Learning Team from Time and Tide Museum to
explore their digital history resources and how these can support blended
leaning in the classroom.

14th October, 16:00-17:30: Migration Heritage and Belonging:suitable for Primary teaching staff
This session will explore the new research from Time and Tide Museum’s
recent project Migration, Heritage and Belonging, which includes
researching artefacts collected by missionaries from Great Yarmouth in
British Columbia in the 1860s, as well as engaging with migrant communities in Great Yarmouth today
In partnership with Historic England, this session will look at the digital
school resources designed to explore this research with pupils though
various activities linked to the curriculum, such as Social, Moral,
Spiritual, Cultural aspects, Geography and Storytelling (Literacy). The
resources come with a handling collection of 5 replica Northwest Coast
objects which will be explored more in the session.


18th November, 16:00-17:00, Visual Art in the classroom: suitable for Primary teaching staff
Join local artist Genevieve Rudd to discover and explore some
simple art activities that can be done in the classroom. With a
specific focus on independent learning and activities designed for
pupils to undertake themselves.

For more information about any of these sessions and to book a
place please email