To support parliamentarians in discussions relating to: appropriate training, education, assessment and professional practices across the performing arts, particularly drama, dance and musical theatre; practitioners continuing professional development within the creative and cultural industries; wider benefits of engagement with the performing arts for students, practitioners and audiences.
1. Performing Arts Education and Training
27/01/2021 - APPGs
Found: appropriate training, education, assessment and professional practices across the performing arts, particularly
2. Withdrawal of funding approval from qualifications with no publicly funded enrolments for the funding year 2021 to 2022
07/12/2020 - Education and Skills Funding Agency
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Found: 16 to 19 study programmes • ESFA funded adult education budget including legal entitlements and local
Section C: Education vision
4. Withdrawal of funding approval from qualifications with low and no publicly funded enrolments for the funding year 2022 to 2023
14/12/2020 - Education and Skills Funding Agency
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Found: retained for funding. If you are a school, college or training organisation and would like to input into this
5. Health Protection (Coronavirus, International Travel) (England) (Amendment) (No. 28) Regulations 2020
04/12/2020 - Secondary Legislation
Found: compete in elite sports events, to participate in training for and to compete in elite sports events on behalf
1. Covid-19: Music Education
08/12/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: the effect of the covid-19 outbreak on music education.It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship - Speech Link
2: private music lessons, so we must offer music education involving various instruments in every school - Speech Link
3: The initiative that he described to keep music education going can also be found in resources that schools - Speech Link
2. Music and Performing Arts Students: Visas and Work Permits
11/03/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: creative practitioners. British music and performing arts students seeking to tour within the EU are - Speech Link
2: hardest hit are students in music and the performing arts. Does my noble friend acknowledge that students - Speech Link
3: access to such culturally diverse teachers and training, our future talent pipeline will be seriously - Speech Link
3. Schools: Music Education
18/10/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: have an opportunity to do. I took that music education for granted as, back then, it was the birthright - Speech Link
4. Covid-19: Performing Arts
13/07/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: they have to provide further assistance to performing arts companies and venues which are unable to resume - Speech Link
2: organisations across a range of sectors including performing arts, theatres, museums and galleries, heritage - Speech Link
3: aspirations in terms of geographic reach, diversity, education and innovation, not least in their instigating - Speech Link
5. Oral Answers to Questions
10/12/2020 - Commons Chamber
1: fund provides targeted support to critical cultural arts and heritage organisations during the pandemic and - Speech Link
2: been 55,000 job losses in music and the performing and visual arts—all that talent, dedication and diversity - Speech Link
3: similar theme, the UK is the world leader in music and arts festivals. The sector is worth £12 billion and supports - Speech Link
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Simon Baynes MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 0207 219 3000.
Public Enquiry Point:
Glyndwr Jones, CDMT, Old Brewer’s Yard, 17-19 Neal Street, London WC2H 9UY . Tel: 020 7240 5703
CDMT (Council for Dance, Drama and Musical Theatre) acts as the group's secretariat. https://cdmt.org.uk/
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