TAPP – The Teacher Artist Partnership Programme Model

TAPP – The Teacher Artist Partnership Programme Model was an accredited professional development programme for teachers and artists working in school settings with children and young people and ran as a pilot programme in London between 2004 and 2007.

There are three reports reproduced below which outline:

The TAPP Model and what we learned through developing it

This outlines:

Perspectives from the literature

This report reflects on issues and questions raised during the programme.

Resources and further reading

This booklet sets out a range of further reading, contacts and other resources that may be useful to others planning CPD activities to support the artist-teacher relationship.

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