Arts Award Discover at Home

Discover at Home is a fantastic way for families to keep engaged in arts and creativity with their children while they are at home. Children (ages 5-11) can even earn an Arts Award Discover Certificate to celebrate their fantastic achievement!

Simply complete our specially designed Logbook alongside their chosen creative activity and send this back to us, to apply for their Discover at Home certificate. For more information – please scroll down to the drop down sections at the bottom of this page.

To help you on your Arts Award Discover at Home journey, you can explore different art forms and creative ideas with our new Discover at Home Activity Videos, created by local artists.

What’s it all about?

In these challenging times, we feel it is important to provide support to parents, carers and children to enable them to continue to engage in the arts and culture from home. Arts Award Discover at Home is for children and young people aged 11yrs and under. The Award provides an opportunity to learn more about the arts, get excited about arts and culture, have a go at being creative and best of all, celebrate their creative achievements! This unique qualification is managed by Trinity College London in association with Arts Council England.

Click here to access more information, including guides for parents, carers and children about the Award.

Arts Award Discover at Home Activity Videos

In order to help families get started, we are very excited to launch our new Discover at Home series, full of fun, accessible and interactive videos which explore a whole range of different art forms and creative ideas – all inspired by the environment, the outdoors and designed to enhance emotional wellbeing. All of these activities have been created by talented local artists and are designed for parents and carers to complete with younger children (aged 5-11yrs).

Click here to watch all 22 of these fantastic Arts Award Discover at Home Activity Videos.


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