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Spirited Arts - NATRE

Discussion in 'Religious Education' started by little_cloud, Jan 13, 2011.

  1. Hi
    I'm thinking of running a 'Spirited Arts' competition in school with a view to entering the NATTRE competition in the summer. Having never organised something like this before, I was wondering how other schools run it... is it better to choose the best two from each year group or the best 10 entrants overall? Do you run it as a whole school thing in lessons or as an extra-curricular club for interested students? Your advice and ideas would be much appreciated [​IMG]
     
  2. Hi
    I'm thinking of running a 'Spirited Arts' competition in school with a view to entering the NATTRE competition in the summer. Having never organised something like this before, I was wondering how other schools run it... is it better to choose the best two from each year group or the best 10 entrants overall? Do you run it as a whole school thing in lessons or as an extra-curricular club for interested students? Your advice and ideas would be much appreciated [​IMG]
     
  3. reader42

    reader42 New commenter

    Spoke to Lat Blaylock about this. He said if you email him at Lat@retoday.org.uk he will share what he knows. Have fun. I did it this year and it was fabulous.
     

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