WILLIAM ASTON HALL
AmaSing Fusion Wales
An exciting and inspiring new arts project celebrating our Differences, Diversity and Multiculturalism. It will help your schools support your broad and balanced curriculum. Don’t miss out register today…
AmaSing is committed to organising and developing exciting and inspiring creative arts and education community projects and performances linked with singing, music and arts. These projects will build on community cohesion and reaches a diverse range of different communities, cultures, needs, ages working and learning together supporting each other in a creative and innovative ways. AmaSing works collaboratively with educational establishments including primary schools, high schools, colleges, universities and art specialists to develop and enhance children’s wellbeing, confidence and self-esteem.
Artsmark / Arts Award
AmaSing projects can support your school on their journey to achieve ArtsMark and Arts Awards. AmaSIng has become a partner with Artsmark and is working closely with Curious Minds to develop more opportunities to develop Arts in schools in Chester and surrounding areas. Artsmark and Arts Award are the Arts Council England’s flagship programmes for schools and children and young people, supported by Curious Minds.
The William Aston Hall is the largest theatre and concert venue in Wrexham. It regularly plays host to the great names in comedy such as Kevin Bridges, Alan Davies and Jimmy Carr, as well as ballets, shows, and bands like Feeder and the Levellers.
The William Aston Hall is the perfect venue for larger-scale events from concerts and orchestral performances to awards ceremonies and product launches – and anything else in between. Its close proximity to the majority of the University’s teaching rooms makes it an excellent choice for conferences, with plenty of break-out rooms of all sizes. The large stage has state-of-the-art sound and lighting which can also be used during conferences for plenary sessions as well as the opening and closing of ceremonies.
AmaSing works collaboratively with educational establishments including primary/high schools, colleges, universities and art specialists to develop and enhance children’s wellbeing, confidence and self-esteem. It also supports professional development for teachers and training teachers in developing skills and opportunities to deliver singing, music and arts in the daily school curriculum. To access lyrics, music, scores and order T-shirts please register.
9th March 2020
- St Winefrides Catholic Primary School Hollywell
- Ysgol y Llan
- Ysgol Glan Aber.
- Park CP School Llay
- Ysgol Fictoria Wrecsam
- Golftyn Primary School
- Bangor on Dee, Ysgol Sant Dunawd CP
- Ysgol Acrefair
- Alexandra C.P. School
- Ysgol Gwynedd
- Ewloe Green C.P School
- Wat’s Dyke CP School
- Borras Park Community Primary School
- Venerable Edward Morgan Catholic Primary School
- St Mary’s Catholic Primary School Flint
- Ysgol Penyffordd
- Barkers Lane Comminity School
- Ysgol Derwen Primary School
AmaSing Wrexham Enquiry
We had a fantastic time meeting all the teachers across Cheshire, Wrexham and Flintshire this week discussing the new AmaSing Fusion projects. Sophie Sterry aged 16 sang some of our unique songs created by the children “Be who you Wanna be” and “Gyda’n gilydd”...
We are thrilled to launch our amazing AmaSIng songs and teacher resources on our website for 2020 reaching to over 130 schools, 4000 children in Cheshire, Wirral, Wrexham and Flintshire. Songs have been composed and arranged by Andrew J Smith, James Dee and children...
We are so delighted to have been awarded The Cheshire Voluntary Arts Award for Music 2019 for our projects working with 37 primary schools in Chester and Ellesmere Port promoting music, singing and the arts in schools and the local community. Through our project based...
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