Schools across Unity School Partnership will join together this week to take part in two special arts festivals.
A range of digital workshops and classroom activities will be held with students from secondary and primary schools taking part in separate festivals.
Primary schools across Unity Schools Partnership will sign up to live arts workshops throughout this week as well as having access to guided digital exhibition tours.
Pupils will then exhibit their work, digitally, to the CUSP (Curriculum with Unity Schools Partnership) Art & Design primary partnership.
In secondary schools, themes range from performance, visual arts, musical performances and artwork inspired by the Queen’s Jubilee.
Thomas Gainsborough School head of art Ed Clark, who has helped organise the art week, said the festival will celebrate the sense of unity and creativity of the young people across our the trust.
He added: “The trust wanted to do something that celebrated the resilience that all our schools have shown over the past few years.
“This festival brings together the creativity of all our secondary schools and the fantastic work of our students across many forms of art.”
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