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Articles tagged with "Education"

Listen: Fanfare Competition 2013 winners

21 March 2013

Compositions by ten young composers will be played to thousands at the ROH over the 2013/14 Season.

Blog from Brazil #2: How do we ensure teachers’ own development?

24 February 2013

Our Director of Education on questions raised by a symposium in Rio during a visit by the Ballet and Opera Companies.

Blog from Brazil #1: Can ballet improve children's lives?

21 February 2013

In the first of a series about The Royal Ballet and Royal Opera’s visit to Rio, our Director of Education on the power of dance.

Fanfare Competition: Win the chance to have your music played to thousands at the ROH

18 February 2013

If you're 11-16 years of age, send us your composition.

Royal Opera House helps teachers incorporate arts into a range of subjects

23 January 2013

Last weekend, the Royal Opera House ran a cross-arts training session for PGCE students.

No arts in English Baccalaureate is a big mistake

10 December 2012

Tony Hall on why schools must be at the heart of opening up the arts for children.

Listen: Liam Scarlett on Viscera

3 November 2012

ROH Insights: The new Royal Ballet Artist in Residence creates a visceral feast.

Teaching music through the Fanfare competition

30 October 2012

One teacher tells us how his pupils have been inspired by the project and we look ahead to taster sessions.

Fanfare Competition: Resources for teachers

21 October 2012

Our Fanfare Competition is now open! We have a range of free curriculum-linked resources to use in the classroom.

Design Challenge competition now open

17 September 2012

Enter our design challenge for students attending Skills Academy Founder Colleges.

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