How can students and teachers benefit from taking part?
Case study and evaluation reports show that taking part in ARTiculation has many positive outcomes for students and teachers.
- Improvement in A-level coursework and exam results
- Increase in progress points at Key Stage 4
- Successful university applications
- Ability to work independently
- Significant improvement in presentation and public speaking skill
- Introducing new teaching ideas
- Introducing debate and discussion in class
- Raising the school profile
Read more: ARTiculation Impact Report
How has ARTiculation had an impact on you?
Romy Loughman, ARTiculation 2016 Speaker, Brighton and Hove City College
For me personally the opportunity of competing in the Articulation Prize has been significant in helping me develop my confidence, presentation skills and the ability to express my views on any subject matter.
Since taking part in Articulation I have gone on to Volunteer at a visual arts organisation in Brighton. I am currently working as a scenic art apprentice at the Royal Opera House. I can not express enough how important ARTiculation has been in getting me where I am today and I would recommend the experience to anyone.
Harr-Joht took part in 2014 when she attended King Edward’s school in the West Midlands.
Why should other students take part?
Josiah McNeil, ARTiculation Speaker 2016, West Midlands
On the day of participating I was invited along to Ikon Youth Programme by staff at the gallery, and that in particular has played such a monumental role in both my artistic and professional development.
Further transformative experiences have ensued, including placements at Ikon Gallery and Barber Institute of Fine Art, and speaking at the Association for Art Historian’s Conference at the National Gallery.
ARTiculation helps you get that foot into a door that otherwise felt impenetrable!
What kind of opportunities are ARTiculation speakers presented with?