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  • June 12th, 2012
    Black History Month 2012: Celebration Southwark Council is celebrating heritage through film, literature, music, performance, exhibitions and sport.
  • June 7th, 2012
    Development Manager
  • June 7th, 2012
    Schools and Colleges Projects Manager The Young Vic are looking for a Schools and Colleges Projects Manager. You'll need experience of working with schools, young people, managing projects and working in the arts. It would be favourable if you've worked in a producing theatre. You must have a flexible and positive approach to your work. Deadline for applications: Friday 15 June, 12pm
  • June 6th, 2012
    We invite all STEP partners and interested parties to come along to see the final performance of the STEP Out! 2012 project. The performance lasts 30 minutes and is based on the myth of The Trojan Horse. The schools involved are Southwark Park Primary, Phoenix Primary and Peckham Academy. 
  • June 6th, 2012
    STEP was delighted to find out that eight Southwark Schools have been awarded Artsmark by Arts Council England. By achieving Artsmark, a school or education setting demonstrates its commitment to providing a high quality arts and cultural offer for children and young people.  The schools awarded Artsmark are: Goose Green Primary, Crampton Primary, Friars Primary, Haymerle School, Cathedral School of St Saviours, Boutcher Primary, St Jude's Primary School and Brunswick Park Primary School.
  • May 27th, 2012
    Teresa Early, Artistic Director of Theatre Peckham, attended a reception for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Teresa was among the 850 lumaries from the arts and culture world invited to the event at the Royal Academy. Teresa is in this news video on the BBC website!
  • May 23rd, 2012
    We are delighted to announce that award-winning playwright Bola Agbaje will join Riz Ahmed, Michael Billington and Sir Deian Hopkin as a Patron of STEP. Bola Agbaje is an award winning playwright and screenwriter who spent her childhood living on the North Peckham Estate.
  • May 23rd, 2012
    A vacancy exists at The Salmon Youth Centre for a Performing Arts Youthwork Traineeship position (full-time). Salary JNC scale Pt 1 to 5 (£14143 - £16,509) plus Inner London Allowance. Candidates must be passionate about making a difference to the lives of young people through youthwork and the performing arts in an inner city environment. Relevant experience delivering dance and drama workshops with young people are essential.
  • May 18th, 2012
    Project Co-ordinator (Intergenerational Work) £25,920 p.a. London Bubble, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Baring Foundation is extending its community based theatre within the North Southwark area.
  • May 18th, 2012
    The SHINE Trust has just announced its new funding scheme to enable teachers to apply for grants to set up "innovative ideas to raise literacy and/or numeracy attainment in disadvantaged students." The scheme, joint-funded by the Times Educational Supplement, has £150,000 which will be awarded to ten projects, with each project being able to receive up to £15,000. These would be used to cover teaching resources, approaches, techniques and/or programmes.
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