2014 Summer School - English, History, Art and Music

2014 Summer School for English, History, Art and Music Teachers

LATEST NEWS - REDUCED PRICES FOR MUSIC AND ART TEACHERS

The Prince's Teaching Institute is holding a joint English, History, Art and Music Summer School at Homerton College, University of Cambridge from Monday 23rd - Wednesday 25th June 2014. The course will include lectures, seminars and workshops by eminent speakers and academics from the University of Cambridge faculties including:Kazuo Ishiguru

  • Kazuo Ishiguru
  • The Royal Shakespeare Company drama workshop
  • Dr Tristram Hunt MP
  • Andrew Robertshaw
  • Martin Clayton from The Royal Collection
  • Visits to the Kettle's Yard Gallery and the Fitzwilliam Museum
  • The Prince’s Drawing School practical workshop
  • Howard Goodall

The course aims and objectives and the provisional programmes of events for each subject are available on the left.

To book your place, please click on the appropriate link below:

English Art
History Music

Attendance at the Summer School will entitle the participant to join The Prince's Teaching Institute Schools Programme. This residential event is open to Heads of Departments (or their nominated representative who have curriculum responsibility) from all state secondary schools in England and Wales (including Academies and Free Schools).

Please note that we are only able to offer one place per subject department at this event. If you are booking on behalf of several schools from one academy chain or federation, please email events@princes-ti.org.uk for assistance.

Reduced prices for 2014 for Music and Art

Thanks to a very generous donation received by the PTI to support Art and Music teaching, 35 places on each of the Art and Music courses are available a cost of only £195 (usual price £495).  

Places on the English and History courses cost £495 (£395 for delegates from schools that have other departments affiliated to the PTI Schools Programmme).

The course booking fee includes all board, accommodation and materials, as well as the first year of membership of the Schools Programme for departments that attend, leaving schools and delegates responsible for cover, transport and any out of pocket expenses.