The Fabian Society is conducting research into arts education in primary schools and are inviting arts organisations to respond to a survey on how they work with schools to provide access to arts.
They are also interested in how we think arts education has changed in the last 8 years – that is since 2010.
This is related to a project The Fabian Society launched in March this year in partnership with Children and the Arts and the
Musicians Union. The new project will provide definitive
evidence of the impact that school cuts have had on primary age
childrens access to the arts. Childrens Access to the Arts will
explore the consequences for children of this decline and set out a
series of recommendations to policy makers to remedy the problem.
Contribute to the evidence by completeing the survey.