Arts Award is a framework for children and young people to develop as artists and arts leaders. Children and young people develop creative and critical skills, set themselves challenges and explore the arts, share their achievements and can gain a recognised qualification.
Not everyone thrives in a traditional classroom, and RAMM provides a safe, welcoming and different environment for creative learning. Museum objects inspire and spark curiosity amongst young people regardless of background or age, and provide an ideal flexible base for arts activities and qualifications.
You can now complete your Discover Arts Award at RAMM any day of the week – purchase your booklet from the RAMM Shop or Garden Reception and complete the award in your own time, over the course of one or several visits.
Look out for the Arts Award supporter symbol next to RAMM events, activities or workshops which will help you complete your own Arts Award, whichever level you are working towards.
About Arts Award
Arts Award has five levels and appeals to a wide range of children and young people. It assesses art form knowledge and understanding, creativity and communication rather than specific art skills. Participants can be absolute beginners or experienced in their art form.
Trinity College London manage the scheme in association with Arts Council England. Since its launch in 2015, Arts Award has grown quickly. It now flourishes in arts centres, community projects, libraries, museums, schools, theatres, youth clubs and more.