What is the Arts Mark?
The Arts Mark is awarded by Arts Council England and recognises organisations who inspire young people through arts and culture. Arts Mark support schools’ who bring arts and culture to life in every classroom through a shared commitment to high-quality art and cultural education.
How will the Arts Mark impact the children of Boundary Primary School?
Culture & Diversity Development is at the heart of the curriculum for the children at Boundary Primary School. We are focused on the development of the children’s character as well as their academic achievement; tolerant, understanding, well rounded, resilient, imaginative and creative pupils are what we strive to encompass through our continued engagement with arts and culture education.
Our future developments for Boundary are to authentically and actively involve the children in the development of the Arts through a representative Pupil Arts Council, who will begin to organise and choose cultural experiences for their peers.
Our Arts Council Members
Our Arts Council for 2019/2020 have been meeting to evaluate recent events and plan some exciting new events for the next few months.
Today we began our Christmas celebrations by attending our annual Christmas pantomime at Blackpool Sixth Form College. This year's panto was the Grinch and it was absolutely brilliant. It was very funny and the girl who played the Grinch was utterly brilliant!!
We are extremely proud of the children who danced at the world famous Blackpool Tower Ballroom last night. Boundary opened the show with an amazing performance and then enjoyed watching all the other schools dance the night away!
KS2 children thoroughly enjoyed their visit to watch ‘The Grinch’ at the Blackpool 6th Form College. The students put on a wonderful show which was very funny and full of great songs! Thank you for having us!
Year Five are currently writing stories from another culture. We are focusing on African stories and the language, settings and features associated with them. Today, we looked at African vocabulary, traditional stories, the clothing and customs. The children loved...
Our Royal Shakespeare Ambassadors had a fantastic day working collaboratively with children from schools from Wyre, Fylde and Blackpool. They worked together to help plan the forthcoming Shakespeare Festival and were involved in joint projects and discussion groups....
Our Samba dancers had a fantastic time at the Blackpool Dance Festival. They gave the audience a taste of Brazilian culture when they performed their colourful and eye-catching Samba dance. The evening was enjoyed by children, parents and staff.